christoph martin wieland

Wieland

[vee-lahnt]
noun
1.
Christoph Martin [kris-tawf mahr-teen] , 1733–1813, German poet, novelist, and critic.
2.
Heinrich [hahyn-rikh] , 1877–1957, German chemist: Nobel prize 1927.
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Wieland1 (ˈviːlant)
 
n
the German name for Wayland

Wieland2 (German ˈviːlant)
 
n
Christoph Martin (ˈkrɪstɔf ˈmartiːn). 1733--1813, German writer, noted esp for his verse epic Oberon (1780)

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Wieland Wie·land (vē'länt'), Heinrich Otto. 1877-1957.

German chemist. He won a 1927 Nobel Prize for his research on bile acids.

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christoph martin wieland

poet and man of letters of the German Rococo period whose work spans the major trends of his age, from rationalism and the Enlightenment to classicism and pre-Romanticism.

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