Adler

Type: Term Pronunciation: ad′lĕr Definitions: 1. Oscar, German physician, 1879-1932. See: Adler test
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Adler

Vehicle manufacturer [DE]
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Adler

(ahd´lәr) Alfred (1870–1937). Austrian psychiatrist who dissented from Freud's emphasis on the role of infantile sexuality in personality development. He started a psychological movement called individual psychology to indicate that the individual is viewed as a unified personality and an indivisible unit. M...
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Adler

Adler is a German name for boys and girls. The meaning is `eagle` The name Adler is most commonly given to American boys. Although in most countries Adler is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 8 Adler`s are girls. The name sounds like: Adlar, Adlard Similar names are: Adley, Adael, Adair, Adar, Adel, Adiel, Adeel, Adlai, Atlee, At...
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Adler

[locomotive] The Adler (German for `Eagle`) was the first locomotive that was successfully used commercially for the rail transport of passengers and goods in Germany. The railway vehicle was designed and built in 1835 by the British railway pioneers George and Robert Stephenson in the English town of Newcastle. It was delivered to the Bava...
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Adler

Adler is a surname of German origin meaning eagle, and has a frequency in the United Kingdom of less than 0.001%, and of 0.006% in the United States. In Christian iconography, the eagle is the symbol of John the Evangelist, and as such a stylized eagle was commonly used as a house sign/totem in German speaking areas. From the tenement the term eas...
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Adler

[automobile] Adler was a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer from 1900 until 1957. Adler is German for eagle. ==History== The Adler factory produced bicycles, typewriters, and motorcycles in addition to cars. Before World War I, the company used De Dion two- and four-cylinder engines in cars that ranged from 1032 cc to 9081 cc; be...
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