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carillonneur

[ kar-uh-luh-nur or, especially British, kuh-ril-yuh-ner; French ka-ree-yaw-nœr ]
/ ˌkær ə ləˈnɜr or, especially British, kəˈrɪl yə nər; French ka ri yɔˈnœr /
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noun, plural car·il·lon·neurs [kar-uh-luh-nurz or, especially British, kuh-ril-yuh-nerz; French ka-ree-yaw-nœr]. /ˌkær ə ləˈnɜrz or, especially British, kəˈrɪl yə nərz; French ka ri yɔˈnœr/.
a person who plays a carillon.
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Origin of carillonneur

1765–75; <French: see carillon, -eur

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British Dictionary definitions for carillonneur

carillonneur
/ (kəˌrɪljəˈnɜː) /

noun
a person who plays a carillon
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