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Tagore

[ tuh-gawr, -gohr, tah-gawr ]
/ təˈgɔr, -ˈgoʊr, ˈtɑ gɔr /
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noun
Sir Ra·bin·dra·nath [ruh-been-druh-naht], /rəˈbin drəˌnɑt/, 1861–1941, Indian poet: Nobel prize 1913.
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Tagore
/ (təˈɡɔː) /

noun
Rabindranath (rəˈbiːndrəˌnɑːt). 1861–1941, Indian poet and philosopher. His verse collections, written in Bengali and English, include Gitanjali (1910; 1912): Nobel prize for literature 1913
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