[ee-gawr] /ˈi gɔr/ (Show IPA), 1889–1972, U.S. aeronautical engineer, born in Russia.
Igor. 1889–1972, US aeronautical engineer, born in Russia. He designed and flew the first four-engined aircraft (1913) and designed the first successful helicopter (1939)


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