There are 2 definitions of David in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪvɪd
 
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( Died circa 962 bc), king of Judah and Israel circa 1000-circa 962 bc. In the biblical account he was the youngest son of Jesse and killed the Philistine Goliath; on Saul’s death, he became king, making Jerusalem his capital. He is traditionally regarded as the author of the Psalms, though this has been disputed.

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Word of the day hubris
Pronunciation: ˈhjuːbrɪs
noun
excessive pride or self-confidence

There are 2 definitions of David in English:

David2

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1The name of two kings of Scotland:
1.1 David I ( circa 1084–1153), sixth son of Malcolm III, reigned 1124–53. In 1136 he invaded England in support of his niece Matilda’s claim to the throne, but was defeated at the Battle of the Standard in 1138.
1.2 David II ( 1324–71), son of Robert the Bruce, reigned 1329–71. His reign witnessed a renewal of fighting with England, with Edward III supporting the pretender Edward de Baliol. His death without issue left the throne to the Stuarts.

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