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Bruno

[ broo-noh; for 1, 3 also Italian broo-naw ]
/ ˈbru noʊ; for 1, 3 also Italian ˈbru nɔ /
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noun
Gior·da·no [jawr-dah-naw], /dʒɔrˈdɑ nɔ/, 1548?–1600, Italian philosopher.
Saint, c1030–1101, German ecclesiastical writer: founder of the Carthusian order.
a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “brown.”
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Bruno
/ (ˈbruːnəʊ) /

noun
Franklin Roy, known as Frank . born 1961, British heavyweight boxer
(Italian ˈbruno) Giordano . (dʒorˈdano). 1548–1600, Italian philosopher, who developed a pantheistic monistic philosophy: he was burnt at the stake for heresy
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