Larousse



[la-roos; English luh-roos] /laˈrus; English ləˈrus/

noun
1.
Pierre Athanase
[pyer a-ta-nahz] /pyɛr a taˈnɑz/ (Show IPA), 1817–75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist.
/French larus/
noun
1.
Pierre Athanase (pjɛr atanɑz). 1817–75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist. He edited and helped to compile the Grand Dictionnaire universel du XIX siècle (1866–76)

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