[gawn-koor; for 2 also English gon-koo r] /gɔ̃ˈkur; for 2 also English gɒnˈkʊər/
Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de
[ed-mawn lwee ahn-twan y-oh duh] /ɛdˈmɔ̃ lwi ɑ̃ˈtwan üˈoʊ də/ (Show IPA), 1822–96, and his brother Jules Alfred Huot de
[zhyl al-fred] /ʒyl alˈfrɛd/ (Show IPA) 1830–70, French art critics, novelists, and historians: collaborators until the death of Jules.
[pree;; English pree] /pri;; English pri/ (Show IPA) an annual award of money made by a French literary society (Académie Goncourt) for the best prose work of the year.
Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de (ɛdmɔ̃ lwi ɑ̃twan yo də), 1822–96, and his brother, Jules Alfred Huot de (ʒyl alfrɛd), 1830–70, French writers, noted for their collaboration, esp on their Journal, and for the Académie Goncourt founded by Edmond’s will
[gond] /gɒnd/ noun 1. a member of an aboriginal people of Dravidian stock, in central India and the Deccan. /ɡɒnd/ noun 1. a member of a formerly tribal people now living in scattered enclaves throughout S central India Related Terms gun2
[gon-der] /ˈgɒn dər/ noun 1. a city in NW Ethiopia, N of Lake Tana: a former capital. [ahm-hahr-uh] /ɑmˈhɑr ə/ noun 1. a former kingdom in E Africa: now a province in NW Ethiopia. Capital: Gondar. 2. a member of an agricultural, Amharic-speaking Christian people of central Ethiopia descended from Semites who began conquering the […]
[gon-dee] /ˈgɒn di/ noun 1. a Dravidian language, the language of the Gonds. /ˈɡɒndɪ/ noun 1. the language or group of languages spoken by the Gonds, belonging to the Dravidian family of languages
[gon-dl-uh or especially for 1, gon-doh-luh] /ˈgɒn dl ə or especially for 1, gɒnˈdoʊ lə/ noun 1. a long, narrow, flat-bottomed boat having a tall, ornamental stem and stern and sometimes a small cabin for passengers, rowed or poled by a single person who stands at the stern, facing forward: used especially on the canals […]