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 (mûr′gən-thô′lər, mĕr′gən-tä′-), Ottmar 1854-1899.
German-born American inventor of the Linotype typesetting machine (patented 1884).


(ˈmɜr gənˌθɔ lər)

Ott•mar (ˈɒt mɑr) 1854–99, U.S. inventor of the Linotype, born in Germany.
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Noun1.Mergenthaler - United States inventor (born in Germany) of the Linotype machine (1854-1899)Mergenthaler - United States inventor (born in Germany) of the Linotype machine (1854-1899)
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