Definition of Catherine of Aragon in English:

Catherine of Aragon

Syllabification: Cath·er·ine of Ar·a·gon
( 1485–1536), first wife of Henry VIII; youngest daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Castile; mother of Mary I. Henry’s wish to annul his marriage to Catherine (due to her failure to produce a male heir) led eventually to England’s break with the Roman Catholic Church.

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adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something