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Böhm

[bœm]
noun
  1. Do·mi·ni·kus [doh-mee-nee-koo s] /doʊˈmi niˌkʊs/, 1880–1955, German architect.
  2. Ja·kob [yah-kawp] /ˈyɑ kɔp/. Böhme, Jakob.
  3. Karl,1894–1981, Austrian opera conductor.
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Examples from the Web for bohm

Historical Examples

  • This claim was one over which Owen and Bohm had been having a controversy for months.

    A Tenderfoot Bride

    Clarice E. Richards

  • We had asked the Bohms to take their meals with us, but only Mrs. Bohm came to our table.

    A Tenderfoot Bride

    Clarice E. Richards

  • Bohm held a mortgage on the place and it had passed into his possession.

    A Tenderfoot Bride

    Clarice E. Richards

  • He scarcely allowed Bohm to get out of his sight for one moment.

    A Tenderfoot Bride

    Clarice E. Richards

  • Bohm had tried to wriggle out of every clause in his contract.

    A Tenderfoot Bride

    Clarice E. Richards


British Dictionary definitions for bohm

Böhm

noun
  1. Karl (karl). 1894–1981, Austrian orchestral conductor
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