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Quine

[ kwahyn ]
/ kwaɪn /
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noun
Willard van Or·man [awr-muhn], /ˈɔr mən/, 1908–2000, U.S. philosopher and logician.
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British Dictionary definitions for Quine (1 of 2)

quine
/ (kwəɪn) /

noun
Scot a variant of quean (def. 2)

British Dictionary definitions for Quine (2 of 2)

Quine
/ (kwaɪn) /

noun
Willard van Orman. 1908–2000, US philosopher. His works include Word and Object (1960), Philosophy of Logic (1970), The Roots of Reference (1973), and The Logic of Sequences (1990)
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