[gee-yan-buh-rey] /giˈyæn bəˈreɪ/
an uncommon, usually self-limited form of polyneuritis, occurring after a viral illness or immunization and manifested by loss of muscle strength, loss of or altered sensation and sometimes paralysis.
/French ˌɡije ˈbareɪ/
an acute neurological disorder, usually following a virus or bacterial infection, that causes progressive muscle weakness and partial paralysis
Guillain-Barré syndrome Guil·lain-Bar·ré syndrome (gē-yān’bə-rā’, gē-yāɴ’-)
See acute idiopathic polyneuritis.
[French gee-yohm] /French giˈyoʊm/ noun 1. Charles Édouard [French sharl ey-dwar] /French ʃarl eɪˈdwar/ (Show IPA), 1861–1938, Swiss physicist: Nobel Prize 1920.
- Guillaume de lorris
/French ɡijom də lɔris/ noun 1. 13th century, French poet who wrote the first 4058 lines of the allegorical romance, the Roman de la rose, continued by Jean de Meung
- Guillaume de Machaut
[gee-yohm duh ma-shoh] /gi yoʊm də maˈʃoʊ/ noun 1. 1300–77, French poet and composer. [French ma-shoh] /French maˈʃoʊ/ noun 1. Guillaume de [French gee-yohm duh] /French giˈyoʊm də/ (Show IPA), . /French maʃo/ noun 1. Guillaume de. (ɡijom də) c. 1300–77, French composer and poet; a leading exponent of ars nova
/French ɡiɛm/ noun 1. Sylvie. born 1965, French ballet dancer based in Britain; with the Royal Ballet (1989–2006)