Definitions for john of gaunt
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
John′ of Gaunt′(n.)
(Duke of Lancaster) 1340–99, founder of the English royal house of Lancaster (son of Edward III).
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
John of Gaunt
Duke of Lancaster, third son of Edward III.; an ambitious man; vainly seized the crown of Castile; supported the Wycliffites against the clergy; married Blanche of Lancaster, and was made duke by Henry IV. (1340-1399).
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