Goncourt

[gawn-koor; for 2 also English gon-koor]
noun
1.
Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de [ed-mawn lwee ahn-twan y-oh duh] , 1822–96, and his brother Jules Alfred Huot de [zhyl al-fred] 1830–70, French art critics, novelists, and historians: collaborators until the death of Jules.
2.
Prix [pree; English pree] an annual award of money made by a French literary society (Académie Goncourt) for the best prose work of the year.
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Goncourt (French ɡɔ̃kur)
 
n
Edmond Louis Antoine Huot de (ɛdmɔ̃ lwi ɑ̃twan yo də), 1822--96, and his brother, Jules Alfred Huot de (ʒyl alfrɛd), 1830--70, French writers, noted for their collaboration, esp on their Journal, and for the Académie Goncourt founded by Edmond's will

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