[mohl-nahr; Hungarian mawl-nahr] /ˈmoʊl nɑr; Hungarian ˈmɔl nɑr/

[fe-rents] /ˈfɛ rɛnts/ (Show IPA), 1878–1952, Hungarian playwright, novelist, and short-story writer.
/Hungarian ˈmolnaːr/
Ferenc (ˈfɛrɛnts). 1878–1952, Hungarian dramatist and novelist. His plays include Liliom (1909)


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