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Meaning of Quasimodo

Qua•si•mo•do

Pronunciation: (kwä"su-mō'dō, -zu-mō'-It.kwä"zē-mô'dô), [key]
  1. 1901–68, Italian poet: Nobel prize 1959.

Qua•si•mo•do

Pronunciation: (kwä"su-mō'dō, -zu-mō'-), [key]
  1. See
  2. the ugly, humpbacked protagonist of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, by Victor Hugo.
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