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Esterhazy

[ es-ter-hah-zee; French e-ster-a-zee ]
/ ˈɛs tərˌhɑ zi; French ɛ stɛr aˈzi /
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noun
Ma·rie Charles Fer·di·nand Wal·sin [ma-ree sharl fer-dee-nahn val-san], /maˈri ʃarl fɛr diˈnɑ̃ valˈsɛ̃/, 1847–1923, French army officer who confessed forging evidence that convicted Alfred Dreyfus.
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Esterházy
[ es-ter-hah-zee; Hungarian es-ter-hah-zi ]
/ ˈɛs tərˌhɑ zi; Hungarian ˈɛs tɛrˌhɑ zɪ /

noun
Prince Mi·klós Jó·zsef [mi-klohsh -yoh-zhef], /ˈmɪ kloʊʃ ˈyoʊ ʒɛf/, 1714–90, Hungarian patron of the arts.
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British Dictionary definitions for Esterhazy

Esterházy
/ (ˈɛstəˌhɑːzɪ) /

noun
a noble Hungarian family that produced many soldiers, diplomats, and patrons of the arts. Prince Miklós József Esterházy (1714–90) rebuilt the family castle of Esterháza and employed Haydn as his musical director (1766–90)
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