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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Wieland

[vee-lahnt]
noun German Mythology.
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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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