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Lippi

[ lip-ee; Italian leep-pee ]
/ ˈlɪp i; Italian ˈlip pi /
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Fi·lip·pi·no [fil-uh-pee-noh; Italian fee-leep-pee-naw], /ˌfɪl əˈpi noʊ; Italian ˌfi lipˈpi nɔ/, 1457–1504, and his father, Fra Fi·lip·po [frah fi-lip-oh; Italian frah fee-leep-paw] /frɑ fɪˈlɪp oʊ; Italian frɑ fiˈlip pɔ/ or Fra Lip·po [frah -lip-oh; Italian frah -leep-paw], /frɑ ˈlɪp oʊ; Italian frɑ ˈlip pɔ/, 1406?–69, Italian painters.
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Lippi
/ (Italian ˈlippi) /

noun
Filippino (filipˈpiːno). ?1457–1504, Italian painter of the Florentine school
his father, Fra Filippo (fra fiˈlippo). ?1406–69, Italian painter of the Florentine school, noted particularly for his frescoes at Prato Cathedral (1452–64)
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