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Cosimo

[ koh-zuh-moh; Italian kaw-zee-maw ]
/ ˈkoʊ zəˌmoʊ; Italian ˈkɔ zi mɔ /
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Pie·ro di [pee-air-oh di; Italian pye-raw dee]. /piˈɛər oʊ dɪ; Italian ˈpyɛ rɔ di/. Piero di Cosimo.
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