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Galton

[ gawl-tn ]
/ ˈgɔl tn /
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noun
Sir Francis, 1822–1911, English scientist and writer.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Galton

Gal·to·ni·an [gawl-toh-nee-uhn], /gɔlˈtoʊ ni ən/, adjective

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Galton
/ (ˈɡɔːltən) /

noun
Sir Francis. 1822–1911, English explorer and scientist, a cousin of Charles Darwin, noted for his researches in heredity, meteorology, and statistics. He founded the study of eugenics and the theory of anticyclones
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