Definition of Marie de Médicis in English:

Marie de Médicis

Syllabification: Ma·rie de Mé·di·cis
Pronunciation: /mäˈrē də mādēˈsēs
 
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( 1573–1642), queen of France; Italian name Maria de' Medici. The second wife of Henry IV of France, she ruled as regent during the minority of her son Louis XIII (1610–17) and retained her influence after her son came to power.

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