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Jagiello

[ yah-gyel-oh ]
/ yɑˈgyɛl oʊ /
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noun, plural Ja·giel·los.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Jagiello

Ja·giel·on [yah-gyuh-lohn, yah-gyuh-lohn], /ˈyɑ gyəˌloʊn, ˌyɑ gyəˈloʊn/, Ja·giel·lo·ni·an, adjective

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