There are 2 definitions of William I in English:

William I1

Line breaks: Wil|liam I
Pronunciation: /wɪljəmðəˈfɜːst
 
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( 1143–1214), grandson of David I, king of Scotland 1165–1214; known as William the Lion. He attempted to reassert Scottish independence but was forced to pay homage to Henry II of England after being captured by him in 1174.

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Pronunciation: əˈnastrəfē
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the inversion of the usual order of words...

There are 2 definitions of William I in English:

William I2

Line breaks: Wil|liam I
Pronunciation: /wɪljəmðəˈfɜːst
 
/
( 1533–84), prince of the House of Orange, first stadtholder (chief magistrate) of the United Provinces of the Netherlands 1572–84; known as William the Silent. He led a revolt against Spain from 1568 and was assassinated by a Spanish agent.

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