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Phelps

[ felps ]
/ fɛlps /
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noun
William Ly·on [lahy-uhn], /ˈlaɪ ən/, 1865–1943, U.S. educator and literary critic.
a male given name.
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Phelps
/ (fɛlps) /

noun
Michael (Fred). born 1985, US swimmer, who won a record eighteen gold medals at three Olympic Games: six in 2004, eight in 2008, and four in 2012
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