Demoivre, Abraham (16671754)

Demoivre, Abraham, a mathematician, born in Champagne; lived most of his life in England to escape, as a Protestant, from persecution in France; became a friend of Newton, and a Fellow of the Royal Society, and was of such eminence as a mathematician that he was asked to arbitrate between the claims of Newton and Leibnitz to the invention of fluxions (16671754).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Demogorgon * Demon
Demidoff
Demigod
Demi-monde
Demiurgus
Democracy
Democrats
Democritus
Democritus Junior
Demogeot
Demogorgon
Demoivre, Abraham
Demon
De Morgan, Augustus
Demosthenes
Dempster, Thomas
Denarius
Denbigh
Denbighshire
Dendera
Dengue
Denham, Dixon