Definition of margravine in English:

margravine

Line breaks: mar¦grav|ine
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːgrəviːn
 
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noun

historical
The wife of a margrave.
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  • When the Jenny Haniver lands on Anchorage, Pennyroyal's story also charms the margravine, who immediately turns west to find this Eden.

Origin

late 17th century: from Dutch markgravin, feminine of markgraaf, earlier markgrave (see margrave).

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