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Weygand

[ vey-gahn ]
/ veɪˈgɑ̃ /
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noun
Ma·xime [mak-seem], /makˈsim/, 1867–1965, French general.
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British Dictionary definitions for Weygand

Weygand
/ (French vɛɡɑ̃) /

noun
Maxime (maksim). 1867–1965, French general; as commander in chief of the Allied armies in France (1940) he advised the French Government to surrender to Germany
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