Meyer

[mahy-er]
noun
  1. Adolf,1866–1950, U.S. psychiatrist, born in Switzerland.
  2. Albert (Gregory),1903–65, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman.
  3. Annie Florance Nathan,1867–1951, U.S. writer and educator, a founder of Barnard College.
  4. Jul·ius Lo·thar [jool-yuh s loh-thahr; German yoo-lee-oo s loh-tahr, loh-tahr] /ˈdʒul yəs ˈloʊ θɑr; German ˈyu li ʊs ˈloʊ tɑr, loʊˈtɑr/, 1830–95, German chemist.
  5. a male given name.
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  • Anna alone survived her mother, who married again after Meyer's death.

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    Beatrice Fortescue

  • This was the work known now to all the civilised world as "The Meyer Madonna."

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    Beatrice Fortescue

  • Mrs. Meyer must have got up and gone out much earlier, for there was no sign of her.

  • Mr. Meyer was only waiting for her to say, "Where did you get that nice pipe?"

  • Worthy Meyer returned home from his sister's thoroughly comforted.