A ellis

Ellis

[el-is]
noun
1.
Alexander John (Alexander John Sharpe) 1814–90, English phonetician and mathematician.
2.
(Henry) Havelock [hav-lok] , 1859–1939, English psychologist and writer.
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Ellis (ˈɛlɪs)
 
n
1.  Alexander John. 1814--90, English philologist: made the first systematic survey of the phonology of British dialects
2.  (Henry) Havelock (ˈhævlɒk). 1859--1939, English essayist: author of works on the psychology of sex

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Ellis El·lis (ěl'ĭs), (Henry) Havelock. 1859-1939.

British psychologist and writer known for his pioneering works on sexuality, such as Studies in the Psychology of Sex (seven volumes, 1897-1928).

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