Guiscard

[ French gees-kar ]
/ French gisˈkar /

noun

Ro·bert [French raw-ber] /French rɔˈbɛr/, Robert de Hauteville,c1015–85, Norman conqueror in Italy.

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Guiscard
/ (French ɡiskar) /

noun

Robert (rɔbɛr). ?1015–85, Norman conqueror in S Italy
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