Saarinen

[ sahr-uh-nuhn, sar-; Finnish sah-ri-nen ]
/ ˈsɑr ə nən, ˈsær-; Finnish ˈsɑ rɪˌnɛn /

noun

Ee·ro [air-oh], /ˈɛər oʊ/, 1910–61, U.S. architect, born in Finland.
(Got·tlieb) E·li·el [got-leeb -el-ee-uhl, ee-lee-; Finnish gawt-leeb -e-lee-el], /ˈgɒt lib ˈɛl i əl, ˈi li-; Finnish ˈgɔt lib ˈɛ liˌɛl/, 1873–1950, U.S. architect, born in Finland (father of Eero Saarinen).

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Saarinen
/ (ˈsɑːrɪnən) /

noun

Eero (ˈeɪrəʊ). 1910–61, US architect, born in Finland. His works include the US Embassy, London (1960)
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