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Alexander1

Syllabification: Al·ex·an·der
Pronunciation: /ˌaligˈzandər
 
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( 356–323 bc), king of Macedon 336–323; son of Philip II; known as Alexander the Great. He conquered Persia, Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, Bactria, and the Punjab; he founded the city of Alexandria in Egypt.

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Pronunciation: ˌantɪˈbɛləm
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There are 3 definitions of Alexander in English:

Alexander2

Syllabification: Al·ex·an·der
Pronunciation: /
 
ˌaligˈzandər/
1Three kings of Scotland.
1.1 Alexander I ( circa 1077–1124), son of Malcolm III; reigned 1107–24.
1.2 Alexander II ( 1198–1249), son of William I of Scotland; reigned 1214–49.
1.3 Alexander III ( 1241–86), son of Alexander II; reigned 1249–86. He annexed the Hebrides and the Isle of Man in 1266.

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Alexander3

Syllabification: Al·ex·an·der
Pronunciation: /
 
ˌaligˈzandər/
1Three tsars of Russia.
1.1 Alexander I (1777–1825), reigned 1801–25. During his reign, Napoleon unsuccessfully invaded Russia 1812.
1.2 Alexander II ( 1818–81), son of Nicholas I; reigned 1855–81; known as Alexander the Liberator. His reforms included limited emancipation of the serfs.
1.3 Alexander III ( 1845–94), son of Alexander II; reigned 1881–94.

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