Richter

[rik-ter; German rikh-tuh r; Russian ryeekh-tyir] /ˈrɪk tər; German ˈrɪx tər; Russian ˈryix tyɪr/
noun
1.
Burton, born 1931, U.S. physicist: Nobel prize 1976.
2.
Conrad, 1890–1968, U.S. novelist.
3.
Franz Xaver
[ksah-vuh r] /ˈksɑ vər/ (Show IPA),
1709–89, German composer, born in Moravia.
4.
Jean Paul Friedrich
[zhahn poul free-drikh] /ʒɑ̃ paʊl ˈfri drɪx/ (Show IPA),
("Jean Paul") 1763–1825, German author.
5.
Sviatoslav (Teofilovich)
[svee-at-uh-slahf tey-uh-fee-luh-vich;; Russian svyi-tuh-slahf tyi-uh-fyee-luh-vyich] /sviˈæt əˌslɑf ˌteɪ əˈfi lə vɪtʃ;; Russian svyɪ tʌˈslɑf tyɪ ʌˈfyi lə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA),
1915–97, Russian pianist.
British Dictionary definitions for f. richter
Richter
 
n
1.  Burton. born 1931, US physicist: shared the 1976 Nobel prize for physics with Samuel Tring for discovering the subatomic particle known as the J/psi particle
2.  Johann Friedrich (joˈhan ˈfriːdrɪç), wrote under the name Jean Paul. 1763--1825, German romantic novelist. His works include Hesperus (1795) and Titan (1800--03)
3.  Sviatoslav (svɪtaˈslaf). 1915--97, Ukrainian concert pianist

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