[dahym-ler; German dahym-luh r]
- Gott·lieb (Wil·helm) [got-leeb-wil-helm; German gawt-leep-vil-helm] /ˈgɒt libˈwɪl hɛlm; German ˈgɔt lipˈvɪl hɛlm/, 1834–1900, German automotive engineer, inventor, and manufacturer.
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They arrived in their Daimler car, and lunched with the school.
My eighty-horse-power Daimler is at the door and at your service.The Illustrious Prince
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Exactly at a quarter to eight o'clock a Daimler car whisked through the village, and stopped by the gate of Pendlemere Abbey.
He ran the large touring "Daimler" successfully through the park, and turned her out at the great iron gateway on to the highroad.The Princess of the School
- Gottlieb (Wilhelm) (German ˈɡɔtliːp ˈvɪlhɛlm). 1834–1900, German engineer and car manufacturer, who collaborated with Nikolaus Otto in inventing the first internal-combustion engine (1876)
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