Marco Polo



[mahr-koh poh-loh] /ˈmɑr koʊ ˈpoʊ loʊ/

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[poh-loh] /ˈpoʊ loʊ/
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Marco
[mahr-koh] /ˈmɑr koʊ/ (Show IPA), c1254–1324, Venetian traveler.

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