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Rupert, Prince

Syllabification: Ru·pert, Prince
Pronunciation: /ˈro͞opərt
 
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Definition of Rupert, Prince in English:

( 1619–82), English general; son of Frederick V (elector of the Palatinate) and nephew of Charles I. The Royalist leader of cavalry, he initially won a series of victories, but was defeated by Parliamentarian forces at Marston Moor in 1644 and Naseby in 1645.

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