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Egbert

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Pronunciation: /ˈɛɡbət
 
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Definition of Egbert in English:

( D.839), king of Wessex 802–39. In 825 he won a decisive victory that temporarily brought Mercian supremacy to an end and foreshadowed the supremacy that Wessex later secured over all England.

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