Definitions containing à la king

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King

King

one who, or that which, holds a supreme position or rank; a chief among competitors; as, a railroad king; a money king; the king of the lobby; the king of beasts

— Webster Dictionary

kinglet

kinglet

A petty king; a king ruling over a small or unimportant territory.

— Wiktionary

Kingly

Kingly

belonging to, suitable to, or becoming, a king; characteristic of, resembling, a king; directed or administered by a king; monarchical; royal; sovereign; regal; august; noble; grand

— Webster Dictionary

Alaska hand

Alaska hand

A king and a three as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em (see king crab)

— Wiktionary

Trojan War

Trojan War

Decade long war waged by Sparta, under king Agamemnon, against the Trojans, to avenge the abduction of Helen, wife of king Menelaus, by Paris, son of Trojan king Priam; ended in the destruction of Troy.

— Wiktionary

big slick

big slick

An ace and a king as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em. (Originally used to denote only an ace and a king of the same suit, the term now includes any ace and king.)

— Wiktionary

King

King

, originally a nickname for someone who either acted as if he were a king or had worked in the king's household.

— Wiktionary

Williamite

Williamite

A follower of King William III of England who deposed King James II in the .

— Wiktionary

Royally

Royally

in a royal or kingly manner; like a king; as becomes a king

— Webster Dictionary

Senator

Senator

a member of the king's council; a king's councilor

— Webster Dictionary

Kinglet

Kinglet

a little king; a weak or insignificant king

— Webster Dictionary

Kingbird

Kingbird

the king tody. See under King

— Webster Dictionary

Wellat

Wellat

the king parrakeet See under King

— Webster Dictionary

king

king

To crown king, to make (a person) king.

— Wiktionary

kingship

kingship

The dignity, rank or office of a king; the state of being a king.

— Wiktionary

opposition

opposition

A position in which the player on the move must yield with his king allowing his opponent to advance with his own king.

— Wiktionary

De facto

De facto

actually; in fact; in reality; as, a king de facto, -- distinguished from a king de jure, or by right

— Webster Dictionary

regency

regency

A system of government that substitutes for the reign of a king or queen when that king or queen becomes unable to rule.

— Wiktionary

Castle

Castle

to move the castle to the square next to king, and then the king around the castle to the square next beyond it, for the purpose of covering the king

— Webster Dictionary

Post-fine

Post-fine

a duty paid to the king by the cognizee in a fine of lands, when the same was fully passed; -- called also the king's silver

— Webster Dictionary

lord protector

lord protector

Title of the regent for the king(dom) of England and/or king(dom) of Scotland.

— Wiktionary

King

King

a playing card having the picture of a king; as, the king of diamonds

— Webster Dictionary

Check

Check

a word of warning denoting that the king is in danger; such a menace of a player's king by an adversary's move as would, if it were any other piece, expose it to immediate capture. A king so menaced is said to be in check, and must be made safe at the next move

— Webster Dictionary

King

King

to supply with a king; to make a king of; to raise to royalty

— Webster Dictionary

Butlerage

Butlerage

a duty of two shillings on every tun of wine imported into England by merchant strangers; -- so called because paid to the king's butler for the king

— Webster Dictionary

Andromeda

Andromeda

The daughter of Cepheus and Cassiopeia, king and queen of Eritrea, rescued from her sacrifice to a sea monster by Perseus who married her; mother of Perseus, ancient king of Persia.

— Wiktionary

louis ix

Louis IX, Saint Louis, St. Louis

king of France and son of Louis VIII; he led two unsuccessful Crusades; considered an ideal medieval king (1214-1270)

— Princeton's WordNet

saint louis

Louis IX, Saint Louis, St. Louis

king of France and son of Louis VIII; he led two unsuccessful Crusades; considered an ideal medieval king (1214-1270)

— Princeton's WordNet

st. louis

Louis IX, Saint Louis, St. Louis

king of France and son of Louis VIII; he led two unsuccessful Crusades; considered an ideal medieval king (1214-1270)

— Princeton's WordNet

Kingdom

Kingdom

the territory or country subject to a king or queen; the dominion of a monarch; the sphere in which one is king or has control

— Webster Dictionary

Kinghood

Kinghood

the state of being a king; the attributes of a king; kingship

— Webster Dictionary

Norroy

Norroy

the most northern of the English Kings-at-arms. See King-at-arms, under King

— Webster Dictionary

Milesian

Milesian

descended from King Milesius of Spain, whose two sons are said to have conquered Ireland about 1300 b. c.; or pertaining to the descendants of King Milesius; hence, Irish

— Webster Dictionary

Baldwin

Baldwin

King Baldwin IV, ruler of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem before the takeover of Saladin in 1187. He died in 1185 of complications of the socially unacceptable disease of leprosy. Also known as the leper king.

— Wiktionary

Eochaid Feidlech

Eochaid Feidlech

The High King of Ireland in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology who deposed the former High King Fachtna Fu00E1thach at the battle of Battle of Leitir Ruadh.

— Wiktionary

Eochaid Su00E1lbuide

Eochaid Su00E1lbuide

Irish mythology. The king of Ulster prior to the events of the Ulster Cycle in Irish mythology. Father of Ness. He was deposed as High King by Eochaid Feidlech.

— Wiktionary

honour

honour

In bridge, an ace, king, queen, jack, or ten especially of the trump suit. In some other games, an ace, king, queen or jack.

— Wiktionary

revealed check

revealed check

A situation in a game of chess where the opponent's king is put in check, not by the piece that was just moved but by one whose line of sight to the king was opened by the move.

— Wiktionary

discovered check

discovered check

A situation in a game of chess where the opponent's king is put in check, not by the piece that was just moved but by one whose line of sight to the king was opened by the move.

— Wiktionary

Fergus mac Ru00F3ich

Fergus mac Ru00F3ich

The former king of Ulster during the events of the Ulster Cycle, who was ticked out of kingship by Ness, who made her 7-year-old son Conchobar mac Nessa replace him as king. The foster father of Cormac Cond Longas.

— Wiktionary

henry iii

Henry III

son of King John and king of England from 1216 to 1272; his incompetence aroused baronial opposition led by Simon de Montfort (1207-1272)

— Princeton's WordNet

monarch

monarch

a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

edward the elder

Edward the Elder

king of Wessex whose military success against the Danes made it possible for his son Athelstan to become the first king of all England (870-924)

— Princeton's WordNet

Teller

Teller

one of four officers of the English Exchequer, formerly appointed to receive moneys due to the king and to pay moneys payable by the king

— Webster Dictionary

ROYCROFTER

ROYCROFTER

A successful book-maker on the East Aurora turf. From Fr. _roi_, king, and old Saxon _crofter_, or grafter. King of Grafters.

— The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz

throne

throne

a chair for a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

king

king

a playing card with a picture of a king

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

poet laureate

poet laureate

Formerly, an officer of the king's household, whose business was to compose an ode annually for the king's birthday, and other suitable occasions; now, a poet officially distinguished by such honorary title, the office being a sinecure. It is said this title was first given in the time of Edward IV

— Wiktionary

crown

crown

a head decoration worn by a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

throne

throne

the position of being king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

Checkmate

Checkmate

to check (an adversary's king) in such a manner that escape in impossible; to defeat (an adversary) by putting his king in check from which there is no escape

— Webster Dictionary

kingdom

kingdom

the territory ruled over by a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

monarchy

monarchy

a country that is ruled by a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

crown

crown

to make sb king or queen in a ceremony

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

castle

castle

move the king two squares toward a rook and in the same move the rook to the square next past the king

— Princeton's WordNet

knut

Canute, Cnut, Knut, Canute the Great

king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)

— Princeton's WordNet

canute the great

Canute, Cnut, Knut, Canute the Great

king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)

— Princeton's WordNet

canute

Canute, Cnut, Knut, Canute the Great

king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)

— Princeton's WordNet

cnut

Canute, Cnut, Knut, Canute the Great

king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)

— Princeton's WordNet

Yolanda King

Yolanda King

Yolanda Denise King was the first-born child of Coretta Scott King and civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Her younger siblings are Martin Luther King III, Dexter Scott King, and Bernice Albertine King. She was 12 years old when her father was assassinated.

— Freebase

monarchy

monarchy

a system in which a country is ruled by a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

roycroft

roycroft

1. _Roy_ means "king"; and _croft_ means "home or craft." Thus, Roycroft means King-Craft; working for the highest; doing your work just as good as you can--making things for the King.

2. The dignity and the divinity of labor--peace, reciprocity, health, industry, persistency and endurance.

— The Roycroft Dictionary

king

king

A king skin.

— Wiktionary

kingless

kingless

Without a king.

— Wiktionary

make-king

make-king

A king-maker.

— Wiktionary

foreking

foreking

A preceding king.

— Wiktionary

kings

kings

Possessive of king.

— Wiktionary

Hiram

Hiram

A king of Tyre.

— Wiktionary

stone crab

stone crab

The king crab.

— Wiktionary

Josiah

Josiah

A king of Judah.

— Wiktionary

shah

shah

A king of Persia.

— Wiktionary

Hezekiah

Hezekiah

A king of Judah.

— Wiktionary

Asa

Asa

A king of Judah.

— Wiktionary

Ahaz

Ahaz

A king of Judah.

— Wiktionary

hamadryad

hamadryad

The king cobra.

— Wiktionary

King Kong

King Kong

A king (playing card)

— Wiktionary

Ahab

Ahab

A king of Israel.

— Wiktionary

regicide

regicide

The killing of a king.

— Wiktionary

silk

silk

a Senior (i.e. Queen's/King's) Counsel

— Wiktionary

Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh

Legendary king of Uruk.

— Wiktionary

basilean

basilean

A royalist; a partisan of a king.

— Wiktionary

King

King

The title of a king

— Wiktionary

King Arthur

King Arthur

A legendary king of Britain.

— Wiktionary

basileiolatry

basileiolatry

worship of the king.

— Wiktionary

regicide

regicide

One who kills a king.

— Wiktionary

Jedidiah

Jedidiah

A name for king Solomon.

— Wiktionary

Ban

Ban

a calling together of the king's (esp. the French king's) vassals for military service; also, the body of vassals thus assembled or summoned. In present usage, in France and Prussia, the most effective part of the population liable to military duty and not in the standing army

— Webster Dictionary

ras

ras

An Ethiopian king or prince.

— Wiktionary

Jesse

Jesse

The father of king David.

— Wiktionary

Alaric

Alaric

A historic king of the Visigoths.

— Wiktionary

Cyrus

Cyrus

An ancient king of Persia.

— Wiktionary

Saul

Saul

The first king of Israel.

— Wiktionary

George

George

, A coin with King Georgeu2019s profile.

— Wiktionary

queen consort

queen consort

The wife of a reigning king.

— Wiktionary

kinghood

kinghood

The state of being a king.

— Wiktionary

Hammurabi

Hammurabi

The sixth king of Babylon.

— Wiktionary

Lemuel

Lemuel

A king mentioned in the Proverbs.

— Wiktionary

King Billy

King Billy

King William III of England.

— Wiktionary

cowboy

cowboy

A playing card of king rank.

— Wiktionary

prince

prince

A (male) ruler, a sovereign; a king, monarch.

— Wiktionary

king

king

To rule over as king.

— Wiktionary

unking

unking

To remove a king from power

— Wiktionary

kinghood

kinghood

The quality of being a king.

— Wiktionary

King's Evil

King's Evil

The historic designation for scrofula (TUBERCULOSIS, LYMPH NODE). The disease is so called from the belief that it could be healed by the touch of a king. This term is used only for historical articles using the name "king's evil", and is to be differentiated from scrofula as lymph node tuberculosis in modern clinical medicine. (From Webster, 3d ed)

— U.S. National Library of Medicine

iseult

Iseult, Isolde

(Middle Ages) the bride of the king of Cornwall who (according to legend) fell in love with the king's nephew (Tristan) after they mistakenly drank a love potion that left them eternally in love with each other

— Princeton's WordNet

Zachariah

Zachariah

A king of Israel (2 Kings 15:8, etc)

— Wiktionary

regal

regal

Befitting a king, queen, emperor, or empress.

— Wiktionary

oba

oba

Former title of a king in Benin

— Wiktionary

radun

radun

A title synonymous of King and Lord.

— Wiktionary

king

king

To perform the duties of a king.

— Wiktionary

Ray

Ray

from a nickname meaning a king or a roe.

— Wiktionary

paint

paint

A face card (king, queen, or jack).

— Wiktionary

Pterelas

Pterelas

King of the Teleboans in Plautus' Amphitruo.

— Wiktionary

crown

crown

To formally declare (someone) a king or emperor.

— Wiktionary

Jehu

Jehu

A king of Israel in the 9th century B.C.

— Wiktionary

Alfred

Alfred

Alfred the Great, early king of England

— Wiktionary

king

king

To dress and perform as a drag king.

— Wiktionary

Solomon

Solomon

A king of Israel famous for his wisdom.

— Wiktionary

King Billy

King Billy

Imaginary king of the Australian aboriginal people.

— Wiktionary

The Lords Anointed

The Lords Anointed

A Jewish or other king by divine right.

— Wiktionary

kinglike

kinglike

Resembling a king or some aspect of one.

— Wiktionary

forestage

forestage

A service paid by foresters to the king.

— Wiktionary

kingship

kingship

The territory or dominion of a king; a kingdom.

— Wiktionary

kingdomed

kingdomed

Having a kingdom or the dignity of a king.

— Wiktionary

Ezekias

Ezekias

King Hezekiah, in the New Testament form.

— Wiktionary

absey-book

absey-book

An ABC book; a primer. - Shakespeare, King John, I,i

— Wiktionary

gesith

gesith

A companion to a king in medieval England; a thegn

— Wiktionary

Ahasuerus

Ahasuerus

A king of Persia, later identified with Xerxes.

— Wiktionary

republic

republic

a democratic government or country, usually with a president, not a king or queen

— Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary

Beneficial

Beneficial

king

— Webster Dictionary

Roy

Roy

a king

— Webster Dictionary

Rex

Rex

a king

— Webster Dictionary

infanta

infanta

The daughter of a king in Spain and Portugal.

— Wiktionary

Nestor

Nestor

An old and wise king in Homer's Iliad.

— Wiktionary

His Majesty

His Majesty

A title of respect used when referring to a king.

— Wiktionary

nonking

nonking

One who, or that which, is not a king.

— Wiktionary

silk

silk

The gown worn by a Senior (i.e. Queen's/King's) Counsel

— Wiktionary

kingcraft

kingcraft

The skills needed to rule effectively as a king.

— Wiktionary

forestage

forestage

A duty or tribute payable to the king's foresters.

— Wiktionary

good-king-henry

good-king-henry

alternative spelling of the plant Good King Henry

— Wiktionary

Whopper

Whopper

A hamburger from the fast food company Burger King

— Wiktionary

Guinevere

Guinevere

In Arthurian legend, the wife of King Arthur.

— Wiktionary

Xerxean

Xerxean

Of or pertaining to the Persian king Xerxes.

— Wiktionary

king-sized

king-sized

Unusually large, used especially of a king-sized bed.

— Wiktionary

Croesus

Croesus

a king of Lydia, noted for his great wealth

— Wiktionary

Kinging

Kinging

of King

— Webster Dictionary

Kinged

Kinged

of King

— Webster Dictionary

Roytelet

Roytelet

a little king

— Webster Dictionary

Kinglihood

Kinglihood

king-liness

— Webster Dictionary

Canute

Canute

Canute the Great, king of England, Denmark and Norway.

— Wiktionary

crown prince

crown prince

A person designated and raised to become the next king.

— Wiktionary

Excalibur

Excalibur

A legendary sword of King Arthur, attributed with magical properties.

— Wiktionary

checkmate

checkmate

To put the king of an opponent into checkmate.

— Wiktionary

kingdom

kingdom

A nation having as supreme ruler a king and/or queen.

— Wiktionary

Morgan le Fay

Morgan le Fay

(in Arthurian legend) The half-sister of King Arthur

— Wiktionary

purveyor

purveyor

An officer who provided provisions for the king's household.

— Wiktionary

Kingless

Kingless

having no king

— Webster Dictionary

thane

thane

in Anglo-Saxon England, a man holding lands from the king, or from a superior in rank. There were two orders, the king's thanes, who attended the kings in their courts and held lands immediately of them, and the ordinary thanes, who were lords of manors and who had particular jurisdiction within their limits. After the Norman Conquest, this title was no longer used, and baron took its place.

— Wiktionary

royalty

royalty

A king and a queen as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em

— Wiktionary

Broadway

Broadway

The highest straight in poker, ace-king-queen-jack-ten.

— Wiktionary

Kojac

Kojac

A king and a jack as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em

— Wiktionary

king crab

king crab

a king and a three as a starting hand in Texas hold u2019em

— Wiktionary

antiking

antiking

One who declares himself king in opposition to a reigning monarch.

— Wiktionary

Salem

Salem

The place of which Melchizedeku00A0was king, mostly identified with Jerusalem.

— Wiktionary

Crown-post

Crown-post

same as King-post

— Webster Dictionary

Royalet

Royalet

a petty or powerless king

— Webster Dictionary

Queen

Queen

the wife of a king

— Webster Dictionary

Garland

Garland

the crown of a king

— Webster Dictionary

Clarencieux

Clarencieux

see King-at-arms

— Webster Dictionary

Aegyptus

Aegyptus

King of Egypt in Greek mythology whose name means supine goat.

— Wiktionary

Gunpowder Plot

Gunpowder Plot

A failed plot, in 1605, to kill the Protestant king of England.

— Wiktionary

Davidic

Davidic

Of, or relating to the Biblical King David and his descendants.

— Wiktionary

calais

Calais

a town in northern France on the Strait of Dover that serves as a ferry port to England; in 1347 it was captured by the English king Edward III after a long siege and remained in English hands until it was recaptured by the French king Henry II in 1558

— Princeton's WordNet

henry vii

Henry VII, Henry Tudor

first Tudor king of England from 1485 to 1509; head of the house of Lancaster in the War of the Roses; defeated Richard III at Bosworth Field and was proclaimed king; married the daughter of Edward IV and so united the houses of York and Lancaster (1457-1509)

— Princeton's WordNet

henry tudor

Henry VII, Henry Tudor

first Tudor king of England from 1485 to 1509; head of the house of Lancaster in the War of the Roses; defeated Richard III at Bosworth Field and was proclaimed king; married the daughter of Edward IV and so united the houses of York and Lancaster (1457-1509)

— Princeton's WordNet

Mordred

Mordred

The illegitimate son of King Arthur, who ultimately killed him in battle.

— Wiktionary

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes I, a Persian king of the Achaemenid dynasty who reigned 485-465 BC.

— Wiktionary

Epirus

Epirus

A larger historical kingdom based there, widely extended by the proverbial king Pyrrhus

— Wiktionary

Regius

Regius

of or pertaining to a king; royal

— Webster Dictionary

Camarilla

Camarilla

the private audience chamber of a king

— Webster Dictionary

induna

induna

A South African tribal councillor or headman (under the king); someone in authority, a boss.

— Wiktionary

Ferdinand

Ferdinand

, best known for a 13th century king of Spain, but never popular in English.

— Wiktionary

Ruy Lopez

Ruy Lopez

A common chess opening, in which White moves king's bishop to the fifth rank.

— Wiktionary

Royalization

Royalization

the act of making loyal to a king

— Webster Dictionary

Excalibur

Excalibur

the name of King Arthur's mythical sword

— Webster Dictionary

Forestage

Forestage

a service paid by foresters to the king

— Webster Dictionary

Deva

Deva

a god; a deity; a divine being; an idol; a king

— Webster Dictionary

canine

canine

A king and a nine as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em due to phonetic similarity

— Wiktionary

licence to crenellate

licence to crenellate

In medieval Britain, a licence, granted by the king giving permission to fortify a manor house.

— Wiktionary

double check

double check

A situation in which a king is attacked by two of the opponent's men at once.

— Wiktionary

King Billy

King Billy

Any one of various other aboriginal men at times referred to as King Billy.

— Wiktionary

Rex

Rex

coined in the nineteenth century from Latin rex "king", rarely bestowed on children today.

— Wiktionary

honor

honor

An ace, king, queen, jack, or ten especially of the trump suit in bridge.

— Wiktionary

Cavachon

Cavachon

A breed of dog that is a cross between a Bichon Frisu00E9 and a Cavalier King Charles spaniel

— Wiktionary

henry vi

Henry VI

son of Henry V who as an infant succeeded his father and was King of England from 1422 to 1461; he was taken prisoner in 1460 and Edward IV was proclaimed king; he was rescued and regained the throne in 1470 but was recaptured and murdered in the Tower of London (1421-1471)

— Princeton's WordNet

MLK

MLK

"MLK" is the tenth and final song from U2's 1984 album, The Unforgettable Fire. A lullaby to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., it is a short, pensive piece with simple lyrics. It was because of this song, along with "Pride", another tribute to King, that earned Bono the highest honor of the King Center, an organization founded by Coretta Scott King.

— Freebase

Regulus

Regulus

a petty king; a ruler of little power or consequence

— Webster Dictionary

Kingship

Kingship

the state, office, or dignity of a king; royalty

— Webster Dictionary

Forestage

Forestage

a duty or tribute payable to the king's foresters

— Webster Dictionary

feorm-fultum

feorm-fultum

In Anglo-Saxon law, a tax for the king's sustentation as he went through his realm.

— Wiktionary

Xerxes

Xerxes

Xerxes II, a Persian king who ruled for 45 days in 424 BC before being assassinated.

— Wiktionary

Katie

Katie

A king and a ten as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em due to phonetic similarity with "K-T"

— Wiktionary

Myrmidon

Myrmidon

One of a fierce tribe or troop who accompanied Achilles, their king, to the Trojan war.

— Wiktionary

mead hall

mead hall

Nordic King's structure, center of the community, a place for feasting, with ample brewed beverages (mead).

— Wiktionary

ophiophagus

Ophiophagus, genus Ophiophagus

king cobra

— Princeton's WordNet

genus ophiophagus

Ophiophagus, genus Ophiophagus

king cobra

— Princeton's WordNet

royal marriage

royal marriage

A king and a queen of the same suit as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em (see marriage)

— Wiktionary

pyrrhic

pyrrhic

Relating to Pyrrhus, a Macedonian king, or some of his costly victories he had while fighting Rome.

— Wiktionary

Tarquinish

Tarquinish

like a Tarquin, a king of ancient Rome; proud; haughty; overbearing

— Webster Dictionary

Sceptreless

Sceptreless

having no scepter; without authority; powerless; as, a scepterless king

— Webster Dictionary

Goneral or Goneril

Goneral or Goneril

Goneral or Goneril is the ungrateful daughter of King Lear

— Editors Contribution

Joab

Joab

The nephew of King David, and son of Zeruiah

— Wiktionary

Camelot

Camelot

The stronghold of King Arthur in the Arthurian legend.

— Wiktionary

Canopus

Canopus

The pilot of King Menelaus's ship in the Iliad.

— Wiktionary

Perseus

Perseus

The last Antigonid king of Macedonia, Perseus of Macedon.

— Wiktionary

cavalier

cavalier

Of or pertaining to the party of King Charles I.

— Wiktionary

acephali

acephali

A class of levelers in the time of King Henry I.

— Wiktionary

james

James, James I, King James, King James I

the first Stuart to be king of England and Ireland from 1603 to 1625 and king of Scotland from 1567 to 1625; he was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and he succeeded Elizabeth I; he alienated the British Parliament by claiming the divine right of kings (1566-1625)

— Princeton's WordNet

james i

James, James I, King James, King James I

the first Stuart to be king of England and Ireland from 1603 to 1625 and king of Scotland from 1567 to 1625; he was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and he succeeded Elizabeth I; he alienated the British Parliament by claiming the divine right of kings (1566-1625)

— Princeton's WordNet

suicide king

suicide king

a king of hearts in a deck of playing cards

— Wiktionary

Aluredian

Aluredian

A pupil or a former pupil of King's College, Taunton.

— Wiktionary

Absalom

Absalom

The third son of David, king of Israel.

— Wiktionary

queen post

queen post

A supporting post designed to span longer openings than a king post.

— Wiktionary

comitatus

comitatus

a group of warriors or nobles accompanying a king or other leader

— Wiktionary

cortege

cortege

A ceremonial procession, especially for a wedding or funeral or following a king.

— Wiktionary

Malika

Malika

, the female version of the title Malik ("King" in Arabic).

— Wiktionary

Ariadne

Ariadne

The daughter of King Minos of Crete and his queen, Pasiphae.

— Wiktionary

Adlai

Adlai

The father of one of King David's officials (1 Chronicles 27:29).

— Wiktionary

nobleman

nobleman

A peer; an aristocrat; ranks range from baron to king to emperor.

— Wiktionary

Nimrod

Nimrod

A grandson of Ham; he was a mighty hunter and king of Shinar.

— Wiktionary

Enobakhare

Enobakhare

. It means "the edict of the king."

— Wiktionary

Jeroboam

Jeroboam

first king of the Kingdom of Israel

— Wiktionary

Priam

Priam

The king of Troy during the Iliad

— Wiktionary

fon

fon

A chieftain or king of a region of Cameroon.

— Wiktionary

oppidan

oppidan

A class of student in traditional English public schools such as Eton; opposed to colleger or King's Scholar.

— Wiktionary

mixed marriage

mixed marriage

A king and a queen of different suits as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em (see marriage (poker slang)).

— Wiktionary

maharajah

maharajah

A king or sovereign prince who ruled over one of the former monarchial states making up modern India.

— Wiktionary

Ozymandian

Ozymandian

Suggesting or pertaining to Shelley's , a proud king whose empire and memory have long since crumbled into obscurity.

— Wiktionary

Kingtruss

Kingtruss

a truss, framed with a king-post; -- used in roofs, bridges, etc

— Webster Dictionary

Nabopolassar

Nabopolassar

The first king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, who lived c.658 - 605 .

— Wiktionary

intendant

intendant

An administrator serving the king or queen in France, Spain or Portugal.

— Wiktionary

purple

purple

The colour worn by an emperor or king; by extension, imperial power.

— Wiktionary

Melchizedek

Melchizedek

A king and priest mentioned in the book of Genesis; contemporary of Abraham.

— Wiktionary

warder

warder

A truncheon or staff carried by a king or commander, used to signal commands.

— Wiktionary

princess

princess

The daughter (or granddaughter) of a king, queen, emperor, empress, prince, or another princess.

— Wiktionary

Ithaca

Ithaca

island in the Ionian Sea; according to the legend Odysseus was its king

— Wiktionary

Atalanta

Atalanta

daughter of king Schoeneus and Clymene, famous for her masculine speed and strength.

— Wiktionary

Attila

Attila

A king of the tribes of Huns.

— Wiktionary

u0152nomaus

u0152nomaus

King of Pisa; father of Hippodamia.

— Wiktionary

Merope

Merope

A daughter of Cypselus, king of Arcadia.

— Wiktionary


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