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Mannerheim

[ mah-nuhr-heym ]
/ ˈmɑ nərˌheɪm /
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noun
Baron Carl Gus·taf E·mil von [kahrl -goos-tahf -ey-meel fuhn], /kɑrl ˈgʊs tɑf ˈeɪ mil fən/, 1867–1951, Finnish soldier and statesman.
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How to use Mannerheim in a sentence

  • I hold this permission from Baron Mannerheim to pass through his lands with my people and chattels.

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British Dictionary definitions for Mannerheim

Mannerheim
/ (ˈmænəˌheɪm) /

noun
Baron Carl Gustaf Emil . 1867–1951, Finnish soldier and statesman; president of Finland (1944–46)
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