[glah-ber; French gla-ber] /ˈglɑ bər; French glaˈbɛr/

[rah-ool] /rɑˈul/ (Show IPA), or Rudolphe
[roo-dawlf] /ruˈdɔlf/ (Show IPA), c990–c1050, French ecclesiastic and chronicler.


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