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Rask

[ rask; Danish rahsk ]
/ ræsk; Danish rɑsk /
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Ras·mus Chris·tian [ras-muhs -kris-chuhn; Danish rahs-moos -krees-tyahn], /ˈræs məs ˈkrɪs tʃən; Danish ˈrɑs mʊs ˈkris tyɑn/, 1787–1832, Danish philologist.

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Rask
/ (Danish rasɡ) /

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Rasmus Christian (ˈrasmus ˈkresdjan). 1787–1832, Danish philologist. He pioneered comparative philology with his work on Old Norse (1818)
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