Watts

[ wots ]
/ wɒts /

noun

An·dré [ahn-drey], /ˈɑn dreɪ/, born 1946, U.S. concert pianist, born in Germany.
George Frederick, 1817–1904, English painter and sculptor.
Isaac, 1674–1748, English theologian and hymnist.

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Watts
/ (wɒts) /

noun

George Frederick. 1817–1904, English painter and sculptor, noted esp for his painting Hope (1886) and his sculpture Physical Energy (1904) in Kensington Gardens, London
Isaac. 1674–1748, English hymn-writer
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