[fawns et oh-ree-goh; English fonz et oh-rahy-goh, oh-ree-] /ˈfɔns ɛt oʊˈri goʊ; English ˈfɒnz ɛt oʊˈraɪ goʊ, oʊˈri-/
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[French la fawn-ten] /French la fɔ̃ˈtɛn/ noun 1. Henri [French ahn-ree] /French ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA), 1854–1943, Belgian statesman: Nobel Peace Prize 1913. 2. Jean de [zhahn duh] /ʒɑ̃ də/ (Show IPA), 1621–95, French poet and fabulist. /French la fɔ̃tɛn/ noun 1. Jean de (ʒɑ̃ də). 1621–95, French poet, famous for his Fables (1668–94)
[font] /fɒnt/ noun 1. a receptacle, usually of stone, as in a baptistery or church, containing the water used in baptism. 2. a receptacle for holy water; stoup. 3. a productive source: The book is a font of useful tips for travelers. 4. the reservoir for oil in a lamp. 5. Archaic. a fountain. [font] […]
[fon-tin-bloh; French fawn-ten-bloh] /ˈfɒn tɪnˌbloʊ; French fɔ̃ tɛnˈbloʊ/ noun 1. a town in N France, SE of Paris: famous palace, long a favorite residence of French kings; extensive forest. /ˈfɒntɪnˌbləʊ; French fɔ̃tɛnblo/ noun 1. a town in N France, in the Forest of Fontainebleau: famous for its palace (now a museum), one of the largest […]