AskDefine | Define Wolfram

Dictionary Definition

wolfram n : a heavy gray-white metallic element; the pure form is used mainly in electrical applications; it is found in several ores including wolframite and scheelite [syn: tungsten, W, atomic number 74]

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German

Chemical Element: W (atomical number 74)

Noun

Wolfram n
  1. tungsten

Proper noun

Wolfram m
  1. a german given name

Extensive Definition

Wolfram may refer to:
  • Wolfram syndrome, a rare genetic disorder, causing diabetes mellitus, optic atrophy, and deafness
  • the element Tungsten, called wolfram in German and a majority of languages
  • Wolfram (cocktail), created in 1990 to commemorate the election of John Wolff as Chairman of the London Metal Exchange
  • Wolfram & Hart, fictional law firm in the television series Angel
  • Wolfram von Bielefeld, character from Kyo Kara Maoh! series of light novels

See also

Wolfram in Breton: Wolfram
Wolfram in Danish: Wolfram (flertydig)
Wolfram in German: Wolfram (Name)
Wolfram in French: Wolfram
Wolfram in Hebrew: וולפראם
Wolfram in Hungarian: Volfram
Wolfram in Dutch: Wolfram
Wolfram in Norwegian Nynorsk: Namnet Wolfram
Wolfram in Norwegian: Wolfram (andre betydninger)
Wolfram in Polish: Wolfram (imię)
Wolfram in Romanian: Wolfram (dezambiguizare)
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