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da Vinci

[ duh-vin-chee; Italian dah veen-chee ]
/ də ˈvɪn tʃi; Italian dɑ ˈvin tʃi /
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noun
Le·o·nar·do [lee-uh-nahr-doh, ley-; Italian le-aw-nahr-daw]. /ˌli əˈnɑr doʊ, ˌleɪ-; Italian ˌlɛ ɔˈnɑr dɔ/. Leonardo da Vinci.
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da Vinci
/ (də ˈvɪntʃɪ) /

noun
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