Jalal ud-din Rumi
[ ja-lahl ood-deen roo-mee, oo d- ]
/ dʒæˈlɑl udˈdin ˈru mi, ʊd- /
1207–73, Persian poet and mystic.
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[ Persian roo-mee ]
/ Persian ˈru mi /
Ja·lal ud-din [Persian jah-lahl ood-deen, oo d-, ja-] /Persian dʒɑˈlɑl udˈdin, ʊd-, dʒæ-/. Jalal ud-din Rumi.
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