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[ kawnt ]
/ kɔ̃t /
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noun, plural comtes [kawnt]. /kɔ̃t/. French.
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Other definitions for comte (2 of 2)

Comte
[ kawnt; French kawnt ]
/ kɔ̃t; French kɔ̃t /

noun
(I·si·dore) Au·guste (Ma·rie Fran·çois) [ee-zee-dawroh-gystma-reefrahn-swa], /i ziˈdɔr oʊˈgüst maˈri frɑ̃ˈswa/, 1798–1857, French founder of the philosophical system of positivism.
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British Dictionary definitions for comte

Comte
/ (French kɔ̃t) /

noun
(Isidore) Auguste (Marie François) (oɡyst). 1798–1857, French mathematician and philosopher; the founder of positivism

Derived forms of Comte

Comtism (ˈkɔːnˌtɪzəm), nounComtist or Comtian, adjective, noun
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