Hearn



[hurn] /hɜrn/

noun
1.
Lafcadio
[laf-kad-ee-oh] /læfˈkæd iˌoʊ/ (Show IPA), (“Koizumi Yakumo”) 1850–1904, U.S. journalist, novelist, and essayist, born in Greece; Japanese citizen after 1894.

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