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Eleanor of Aquitaine

Syllabification: El·ea·nor of Aq·ui·taine
Pronunciation: /ˌelənər əv ˈakwəˌtān
 
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Definition of Eleanor of Aquitaine in English:

( Circa 1122–1204), daughter of the duke of Aquitaine; queen of France 1137–52 and of England 1154–89. She was married to Louis VII of France from 1137; their marriage was annulled in 1152, and she married the future Henry II of England in 1154. She was the mother of Richard I and John I.

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