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Leopardi

[ lee-uh-pahr-dee, ley-; Italian le-aw-pahr-dee ]
/ ˌli əˈpɑr di, ˌleɪ-; Italian ˌlɛ ɔˈpɑr di /
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noun
Count Gia·co·mo [jah-kuh-moh; Italian jah-kaw-maw], /ˈdʒɑ kəˌmoʊ; Italian ˈdʒɑ kɔ mɔ/, 1798–1837, Italian poet.
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Leopardi
/ (Italian leoˈpardi) /

noun
Count Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo). 1798–1837, Italian poet and philosopher, noted esp for his lyrics, collected in I Canti (1831)
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