Hebert



[ey-ber] /eɪˈbɛr/

noun
1.
Jacques René
[zhahk ruh-ney] /ʒɑk rəˈneɪ/ (Show IPA), (“Père Duchesne”) 1755–94, French journalist and revolutionary leader.
/French ebɛr/
noun
1.
Jacques René (ʒak rəne). 1755–94, French journalist and revolutionary: a leader of the sans-culottes during the French Revolution. He was guillotined under Robespierre

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