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Montez

[ mon-tez, mon-tez ]
/ ˈmɒn tɛz, mɒnˈtɛz /
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noun
Lola Marie Dolores Eliza Rosanna Gilbert, 1818?–61, British dancer, born in Ireland: gained notoriety as mistress of Franz Liszt, Alexandre Dumas père, and Louis I of Bavaria (1786–1868).
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Montez
/ (mɒnˈtɛz) /

noun
Lola (ˈləʊlə), original name Marie Gilbert . 1818–61, Irish dancer; mistress of Louis I of Bavaria (1786–1868; reigned 1825–48)
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