("tear", "teardrop of beauty") or Fann ("weak, helpless
person'") is an otherworldly woman
mythology. The two forms
of her name are not phonetic...
- Juraj Fándly
(Hungarian: György Fándly
or György Fandl; 21 October
1750 – 7 March
1811) was a Slovak
writer, Catholic priest
- The Garden
(1916) is a tone poem by the English composer Arnold
Bax. It was inspired
by an Irish mythical
, the daughter
of the lord...
Mons is a mountain
in Venus, situated
at 7°,0 N-158°,0 E. The name is a homage
, Celt goddess
and pleasure. The name was given...
(j)uː/, US: /fɒnˈd
(j)uː/, French: [fɔ̃dy]) is a Swiss melted cheese
in a communal
pot (caquelon or fondue
pot) over a portable...
- Israel Moiseevich
Gelfand, also written
, or Izrail
(Yiddish: ישראל געלפֿאַנד, Russian: Изра́иль Моисе́евич Гельфа́нд...
(Persian: فند) is a village
in Howmeh Rural
District, in the Central District
Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its po****tion...
- In mathematics, the Gelfand representation
in functional analysis
I. M. Gelfand) is either
of two things: a way of representing
- In mathematics, a general hypergeometric function
or Aomoto–Gelfand hypergeometric function
is a generalization
of the hypergeometric function
is a surname meaning
"elephant" in the Yiddish language
and may refer
to: People: Alan Gelfand, the inventor
of the ollie, a skateboarding