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Zinzendorf

[ tsin-tsuhn-dawrf ]
/ ˈtsɪn tsənˌdɔrf /
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noun
Count Ni·ko·laus Lud·wig von [nee-koh-lous -loot-vikh fuhn, lood-], /ˈni koʊˌlaʊs ˈlut vɪx fən, ˈlud-/, 1700–60, German religious leader: reformer and organizer of the Moravian Church.
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Zinzendorf
/ (German ˈtsɪntsəndɔrf) /

noun
Count Nikolaus Ludwig von (ˈniːkolaus ˈluːtvɪç fɔn). 1700–60, German religious reformer, who organized the Moravian Church
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