Definition of Herzl, Theodor in English:

Herzl, Theodor

proper noun

  • (1860–1904), Hungarian-born journalist, playwright, and Zionist leader. The founder of the Zionist movement (1897), he chiefly worked as a writer and journalist in Vienna, advocating the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine.

Pronunciation:

Herzl, Theodor

/ˈhəːts(ə)l/