GENTIL THEODOOR ANTHEUNIS
\d͡ʒˈɛntə͡l θiːədˈɔːɹ ˈanθjuːnˌiz], \dʒˈɛntəl θiːədˈɔːɹ ˈanθjuːnˌiz], \dʒ_ˈɛ_n_t_əl θ_iː__ə_d_ˈɔː_ɹ ˈa_n_θ_j_uː_n_ˌi_z]\
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A Flemish poet; born at Oudenaarde, Sept. 9, 1840. At first a teacher in his native place and at Dendermonde, he afterwards became a justice of the peace in Brussels. His lyrics, excelling in euphony and tender sentiment, have frequently been set to music. They appeared in collections: "From the Heart" (1875); "Songs and Poems" (1874); "Life, Love, and Song" (1879).
By Charles Dudley Warner