Weiss

[surname] Weiss or Weiß, also written Weisz (q.v.) is a German surname meaning `white` or `knows`. Persons with that name include: ==A== ==B== ==C== ==D== ==E== ==F== ==G== ==H== ==I== ==J== ==L== ==M== ==N== ==P== ==R== ==S== ==T== ==V== ==W== ==Y== ...
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Weiss

Type: Term Pronunciation: wīs Definitions: 1. Nathan, physician in Hapsburg Empire, 1851-1883. See: Weiss sign
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Weiss

Type: Term Pronunciation: wīs Definitions: 1. Soma, U.S. physician, 1898-1942. See: Charcot-Weiss-Baker syndrome, Mallory-Weiss lesion, Mallory-Weiss syndrome, Mallory-Weiss tear
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Weiss

[crater] The northern rim of this crater has been removed and the interior flooded by lava, leaving a nearly featureless surface. The southern half of the rim still survives, although it is eroded in places. This rim climbs to a height of 0.8 km above the base. The satellite crater Weiss E lies at the northern edge of the interior floor, al...
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Weiss

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Weiß

[Sieg] Weiß (Sieg) is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, which is {convert|18.1|km|mi|sp=us} in length. Its source is near the mountain Kalteiche, at a height of {convert|493|m|ft|sp=us} above sea level. Then it flows through the villages Wilgersdorf, Rudersdorf, Anzhausen, Niederdielfen, Kaan-Marienborn, and Siegen. The Weiß flo...
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