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Klein

[ klahyn ]
/ klaɪn /
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noun
Fe·lix [fee-liks; German fey-liks], /ˈfi lɪks; German ˈfeɪ lɪks/, 1849–1925, German mathematician.
Melanie, 1882–1960, British psychoanalyst, specialist in treatment of children, born in Austria.
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British Dictionary definitions for Klein

Klein
/ (klaɪn) /

noun
Calvin (Richard). born 1942, US fashion designer
Melanie. 1882–1960, Austrian psychoanalyst resident in England (from 1926), noted for her work on child behaviour
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Medical definitions for Klein

Klein
[ klīn ]
Melanie 1882-1960

Austrian-born British psychoanalyst who first introduced play therapy and was the first to use psychoanalysis to treat young children.
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