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|Born||24 December 1813|
|Died||3 February 1886 (aged 72)|
|Known for||Inventor of Universalglot|
Jean Pirro (24 December 1813 – 3 February 1886) was a French linguist who in 1868 invented the "universal language", Universalglot. He was born in Woustviller, France. He was also the father of André Pirro.
He died on 3 February 1886 in Saint-Dizier, France.
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