Peale



[peel] /pil/

noun
1.
Charles Willson
[wil-suh n] /ˈwɪl sən/ (Show IPA), 1741–1827, and his brother James, 1749–1831, U.S. painters.
2.
Norman Vincent, 1898–1993, U.S. Protestant clergyman and author.
3.
Raphaelle
[raf-ey-el,, -ee-el,, rey-fee-] /ˈræf eɪˌɛl,, -iˌɛl,, ˈreɪ fi-/ (Show IPA), 1774–1825, and his brother Rembrandt
[rem-brant] /ˈrɛm brænt/ (Show IPA) 1778–1860, U.S. painters (sons of Charles Willson Peale).

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