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Lenya

[ len-yuh, leyn- ]
/ ˈlɛn yə, ˈleɪn- /
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noun

Lot·te [lot-ee; German law-tuh], /ˈlɒt i; German ˈlɔ tə/, Karoline Blamauer, 1900–81, Austrian actress and singer, in the U.S. after 1935 (wife of Kurt Weill).

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British Dictionary definitions for Lenya

Lenya
/ (ˈlɛnjə) /

noun

Lotte (ˈlɒtɪ), original name Caroline Blamauer. 1900–81, Austrian singer and actress, associated esp with the songs of her husband Kurt Weill
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