Klug (klŭg, klug), Aaron. Born 1926.
South African-born British biochemist. He won a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of viruses and particles of proteins and nucleic acids.
[klooj] /kludʒ/ noun, Computer Slang. 1. a software or hardware configuration that, while inelegant, inefficient, clumsy, or patched together, succeeds in solving a specific problem or performing a particular task. 1962, noun and verb, U.S. slang, fanciful coinage by U.S. author Jackson W. Granholm (b.1921). Related: Kludgy. noun [1962+ Computer; apparently fr German klug, ”clever,” […]
- Kluge around
jargon To avoid a bug or difficult condition by inserting a kluge. Compare workaround. [Jargon File] (1995-03-10)
[kluhng-ker] /ˈklʌŋ kər/ noun, Slang. 1. (def 2).
[kluhts] /klʌts/ noun, Slang. 1. a clumsy, awkward person. 2. a stupid or foolish person; blockhead. /klʌts/ noun 1. (US & Canadian, slang) a clumsy or stupid person n. 1967, American English, from Yiddish klots “clumsy person, blockhead,” literally “block, lump,” from Middle High German klotz “lump, ball.” Cf. German klotz “boor, clod,” literally “wooden […]