De moivre

[a-bra-am] /a braˈam/ (Show IPA), 1667–1754, French mathematician in England.
Historical Examples

I have been told that de Moivre was a member of this Society.
A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II) Augustus De Morgan

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