Hahnemann

[ hah-nuh-muh n; German hah-nuh-mahn ]
/ ˈhɑ nə mən; German ˈhɑ nəˌmɑn /

noun

(Chris·tian Frie·drich) Sam·u·el [kris-chuh n free-drik sam-yoo-uh l; German kris-tee-ahn free-drikh zah-moo-el] /ˈkrɪs tʃən ˈfri drɪk ˈsæm yu əl; German ˈkrɪs ti ɑn ˈfri drɪx ˈzɑ mu ɛl/, 1755–1843, German physician: founder of homeopathy.

OTHER WORDS FROM Hahnemann

Hah·ne·mann·i·an [hah-nuh-man-ee-uh n, -mah-nee-] /ˌhɑ nəˈmæn i ən, -ˈmɑ ni-/, adjectiveHah·ne·mann·ism, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for hahnemann

Hahnemann
/ (German ˈhaːnəman) /

noun

(Christian Friedrich) Samuel (ˈzaːmueːl). 1755–1843, German physician; founder of homeopathy
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Medicine definitions for hahnemann

Hahnemann
[ hänə-mən, -män′ ]
(Christian Friedrich) Samuel 1755-1843

German physician and founder of homeopathy. He postulated that medicine produces symptoms in healthy people that are similar to those that it relieves in sick people.
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