Blum

[ bloom ]
/ blum /

noun

Lé·on [lee-on; French ley-awn], /ˈli ɒn; French leɪˈɔ̃/, 1872–1950, French statesman, journalist, and Socialist Party leader: premier of France 1936–37, 1938, 1946–47.

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Blum
/ (bluːm) /

noun

Léon (leɔ̃). 1872–1950, French socialist statesman; premier of France (1936–37; 1938; 1946–47)
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