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Aragon

[ a-ra-gawn for 1; ar-uh-gon for 2 ]
/ a raˈgɔ̃ for 1; ˈær əˌgɒn for 2 /
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noun
Louis [lwee], /lwi/, 1897–1982, French novelist, poet, and journalist.
Spanish A·ra·gón [ah-rah-gawn], /ˌɑ rɑˈgɔn/, a region in NE Spain: formerly a kingdom; later a province. 18,181 sq. mi. (47,089 sq. km).
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British Dictionary definitions for Aragon (1 of 2)

Aragon1
/ (ˈærəɡən) /

noun
an autonomous region of NE Spain: independent kingdom from the 11th century until 1479, when it was united with Castile to form modern Spain. Pop: 1 059 600 (2003 est). Area: 47 609 sq km (18 382 sq miles)

British Dictionary definitions for Aragon (2 of 2)

Aragon2
/ (French araɡɔ̃) /

noun
Louis (lwi). 1897–1982, French poet, essayist, and novelist; an early surrealist, later a committed Communist. His works include the verse collections Le Crève-Coeur (1941) and Les Yeux d'Elsa (1942) and the series of novels Le Monde réel (1933–51)
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