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Amundsen

[ ah-muhnd-suhn; Norwegian ah-moon-suhn ]
/ ˈɑ mənd sən; Norwegian ˈɑ mʊn sən /
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noun

Ro·ald [roh-ahl], /ˈroʊ ɑl/, 1872–1928, Norwegian explorer: discovered the South Pole in 1911.

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Amundsen
/ (Norwegian ˈaːmunsən) /

noun

Roald (ˈrɔald). 1872–1928, Norwegian explorer and navigator, who was the first man to reach the South Pole (1911)
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