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Turner, Nat Syllabification: Tur·ner, Nat
Pronunciation: /ˈtərnər/

Definition of Turner, Nat in English:

( 1800–1831), US slave leader. He was convicted of murder and insurrection and hanged for organizing a slave uprising in Southampton, Virginia, in August 1831, in which at least 50 whites were killed.

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