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Góngora y Argote

[ gawng-gaw-rah ee ahr-gaw-te ]
/ ˈgɔŋ gɔˌrɑ i ɑrˈgɔ tɛ /
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noun

Luis de [lwees de], /lwis dɛ/, 1561–1627, Spanish poet.

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Góngora y Argote
/ (Spanish ˈɡɔnɡora i arˈɣote) /

noun

Luis de (lwis de). 1561–1627, Spanish lyric poet, noted for the exaggerated pedantic style of works such as Las Soledades
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