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Janet

[ zha-ne for 1; jan-it for 2 ]
/ ʒaˈnɛ for 1; ˈdʒæn ɪt for 2 /
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noun
Pierre Ma·rie Fé·lix [pyer ma-ree fey-leeks], /pyɛr maˈri feɪˈliks/, 1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist.
Also Ja·net·ta [juh-net-uh]. /dʒəˈnɛt ə/. a female given name, form of Jane.
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Janet
/ (French ʒanɛ) /

noun
Pierre Marie Félix (pjɛr mari feliks). 1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist, noted particularly for his work on the origins of hysteria
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