Steve

[ steev ]
/ stiv /

noun

a male given name, form of Steven or Stephen.

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Reich2
[ rahykh ]
/ raɪx /

noun

Stephen MichaelSteve, born 1936, U.S. composer.
Wil·helm [vil-helm] /ˈvɪl hɛlm/, 1897–1957, Austrian psychoanalyst in the U.S.

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Wozniak
[ woz-nee-ak ]
/ ˈwɒz niˌæk /

noun

StephenSteve, born 1950, U.S. computer engineer: cofounder of Apple Computer.

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Biko
[ bee-koh ]
/ ˈbi koʊ /

noun

Stephen BantuSteve, 1946–77, South African antiapartheid activist killed in police custody.

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Carlton
[ kahrl-tuh n ]
/ ˈkɑrl tən /

noun

Stephen NormanSteveLefty, born 1944, U.S. baseball player.
a male given name.
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Biko
/ (ˈbiːkəʊ) /

noun

Steven Bantu, known as Steve . 1946–77, Black South African civil rights leader: founder of the South African Students Organization. His death in police custody caused worldwide concern

British Dictionary definitions for steve (2 of 5)

Carlton
/ (ˈkɑːltən) /

noun

a town in N central England, in S Nottinghamshire. Pop: 48 493 (2001)

British Dictionary definitions for steve (3 of 5)

Wozniak
/ (ˈwɒznɪæk) /

noun

Steve, full name Stephan Gary Wozniak . born 1950, US computer scientist and executive: co-founder (with Steve Jobs, 1976) of Apple Inc

British Dictionary definitions for steve (4 of 5)

Reich1
/ (raɪk, German raiç) /

noun

the Holy Roman Empire (First Reich)
the Hohenzollern empire from 1871 to 1919 (Second Reich)
the Weimar Republic from 1919 to 1933
the Nazi dictatorship from 1933 to 1945 (Third Reich)

Word Origin for Reich

German: kingdom

British Dictionary definitions for steve (5 of 5)

Reich2
/ (raɪk, German raiç) /

noun

Steve . born 1936, US composer, whose works are characterized by the repetition and modification of small rhythmic motifs. His works include Drumming (1971), The Desert Music (1984), and City Life (1995)
(German raiç) Wilhelm (ˈvɪlhɛlm). 1897–1957, Austrian psychologist, lived in the US. An ardent socialist and advocate of sexual freedom, he proclaimed a cosmic unity of all energy and built a machine (the orgone accumulator) to concentrate this energy on human beings. His books include The Function of the Orgasm (1927)
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