Origin of Einsteinafter Einstein
[sometimese-] a highly intelligent person
1879-1955; Ger. physicist, in the U.S. after 1933: formulated theory of relativity
Named in honor of Albert Einstein, who explained the photoelectric effect.
- Albert Einstein, the world-famous 20th Century theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity.
- A surname.
- An extremely clever or intelligent person.
- Can you believe he's just a kindergartener? It looks like they've got an Einstein in the family.
From German Einstein.
- Encouraging children to create reports or even stories about famous mathematicians such as Richard Feynman, Einstein, or Pythagoras might also appeal to kids who aren't wanting to focus on numbers themselves, but on the history of math.
- Oppenheim Toy Portfolio-Numerous individual Einstein products have won the "Gold Award", including the Lullaby Classics CD, the Melody and Motion activity toy and the Baby Einstein hippo, octopus and dragon bath puppets.
- After his discovery, physicists soon discovered the photovoltaic effects of selenium, and in 1904 Einstein published a paper describing the photoelectric effect that later won him the Nobel prize in 1923.
- The Baby Einstein Company counters this statement with the following: "… when used properly, developmentally-appropriate video content can be a useful tool for parents and little ones to enjoy together."
- In addition to common concepts such as shapes, sizes, animals, and colors, the Einstein books offer themes on topics such as dreams, rhyming, feelings, poetry, and the rainforest, among others.