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Miró

[ mee-roh; Spanish mee-raw ]
/ miˈroʊ; Spanish miˈrɔ /
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noun
Ga·bri·el [gah-vree-el], /ˌgɑ vriˈɛl/, 1879–1930, Spanish novelist, short-story writer, and essayist.
Jo·an [hoh-ahn, hwahn], /hoʊˈɑn, ʰwɑn/, 1893–1983, Spanish painter.
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British Dictionary definitions for Miró (1 of 2)

miro
/ (ˈmiːrɒ) /

noun plural miro
a tall New Zealand coniferous timber tree, Podocarpus ferrugineus, with large red fruit

Word Origin for miro

Māori

British Dictionary definitions for Miró (2 of 2)

Miró
/ (Spanish miˈro) /

noun
Joan (xwan). 1893–1983, Spanish surrealist painter
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