[maw-roh or, French, maw-roh for 1–3; mawr-oh for 4]
- Gustave [gys-tav] /güsˈtav/, 1826–98, French painter.
- Jeanne [zhahn] /ʒɑn/, born 1928, French film actress.
- Jean Vic·tor [zhahn veek-tawr] /ʒɑ̃ vikˈtɔr/, 1763–1813, French general.
- a river in NW South Dakota, flowing E to the Missouri River. 290 miles (470 km) long.
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Examples from the Web for moreau
But I bet even Dr. Moreau is on his island somewhere thinking, those Danes are nuts.At the Copenhagen Zoo, Humans Can Be Animals
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Moreau, however, actually pined over a Greek gigolo that was brought along on a trip with her and Richardson.Richard Burton’s Sexy Diaries: 13 Juiciest Bits
October 20, 2012
The retreat of Moreau was the consequence of the victories of this Prince.Memoirs of the Court of St. Cloud, Complete
He praised the vigour and the greatness of the speech they had heard from their colleague Moreau.
That doubt concerned this man Moreau and his relations with M. de Kercadiou.
He had often of late thought that this fellow Moreau was hardly human.
Moreau's popularity with the army is only second to one man's!Maurice Tiernay Soldier of Fortune
Charles James Lever
- Gustave (ɡystav) 1826–98, French symbolist painter
- Jean Victor (ʒɑ̃ viktɔr). 1763–1813, French general in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
- Jeanne (ʒan). born 1928, French stage and film actress. Her films include Jules et Jim (1961), Diary of a Chambermaid (1964), and The Proprietor (1996)
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