Massine



[mah-seen] /mɑˈsin/

noun
1.
Léonide
[ley-aw-need] /leɪ ɔˈnid/ (Show IPA), 1896–1979, U.S. ballet dancer and choreographer, born in Russia.
/mɑːˈsiːn/
noun
1.
Léonide (leɔnid). 1896–1979, US ballet dancer and choreographer, born in Russia

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