Röntgen

[ rent-guh n, -juh n, ruhnt-; German rœnt-guh n; Dutch roont-khuh n ]
/ ˈrɛnt gən, -dʒən, ˈrʌnt-; German ˈrœnt gən; Dutch ˈrunt xən /

noun

Ju·li·us [yoo-lee-uh s] /ˈyu li əs/,1855–1932, Dutch pianist, conductor, and composer; born in Germany.
Wil·helm Kon·rad [wil-helm kon-rad; German vil-helm kawn-raht] /ˈwɪl hɛlm ˈkɒn ræd; German ˈvɪl hɛlm ˈkɔn rɑt/. Roentgen, Wilhelm Konrad.

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British Dictionary definitions for rontgen (1 of 2)

röntgen
/ (ˈrɒntɡən, -tjən, ˈrɛnt-) /

noun

a variant spelling of roentgen

British Dictionary definitions for rontgen (2 of 2)

Röntgen
/ (ˈrɒntɡən, -tjən, ˈrɛnt-, German ˈrœntɡən) /

noun

a variant spelling of (Wilhelm Konrad) Roentgen
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Medical definitions for rontgen

röntgen
[ rĕntgən, -jən, rŭnt- ]

n.

Variant ofroentgen
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