Munchausen

Munchausen
Munchausen [mun′chou΄zən, moon′chou΄zən; mun′chô΄zən, moon′chô΄zən]
Baron ( Karl Friedrich Hieronymus von Münchhausen) 1720-97; Ger. soldier & adventurer known for his exaggerated tales of his exploits, esp. as collected by Rudolf Erich Raspe (1737-94), Ger. writer in England

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