Definition of Goncourt in English:

Goncourt

Syllabification: Gon·court
Pronunciation: /gônˈko͞or
 
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Family name of brothers Edmond de ( 1822–96) and Jules de ( 1830–70), French novelists and critics. In his will, Edmond provided for the establishment of the Académie Goncourt, which awards the annual Prix Goncourt.

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