Mabuse



[French ma-byz] /French maˈbüz/

noun
1.
Jan
[Flemish yahn] /Flemish yɑn/ (Show IPA), (Jan Gossaert or Gossart) 1478?–1533? Flemish painter.
/məˈbjuːz; French mabyz/
noun
1.
Jan (jɑn). original name Jan Gossaert. ?1478–?1533, Flemish painter

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