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  1. prince

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    • n.
      the son of a monarch.;a close male relative of a monarch, especially a grandson.
    • noun: prince, plural noun: princes

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    • n.
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    • 1. the son of a monarch.
    • 2. a close male relative of a monarch, especially a grandson.
    • 3. a male monarch of a small state, actually, nominally, or originally subject to a king or emperor:

      he was the prince of a small kingdom that was now part of Pakistan

    • 4. (in France, Germany, and other European countries) a nobleman, usually ranking next below a duke.
    • 5. a man or thing regarded as pre-eminent in a particular sphere or group:

      arctic char is a prince among fishes

    • ph.
      a fairy-tale hero in King Charming or Prince Charming by James Robinson Planché (1796–1880). The name was later adopted for the hero of various fairy-tale pantomimes.
    • n.
      an ideal male lover who is both handsome and of admirable character:
    • I'm not looking for Prince Charming

      she had found her Prince Charming

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    • ph.
      a fairy-tale hero in King Charming or Prince Charming by James Robinson Planché (1796–1880). The name was later adopted for the hero of various fairy-tale pantomimes.
    • n.
      an ideal male lover who is both handsome and of admirable character:
    • I'm not looking for Prince Charming

      she had found her Prince Charming

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    • ph. Duke of Edinburgh (born 1921), husband of Elizabeth II. The son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, he married Princess Elizabeth in 1947; on the eve of his marriage he was created Duke of Edinburgh.

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    • ph. Henry Charles Albert David (born 1984), younger son of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales.

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    • ph. Albert Francis Charles Augustus Emmanuel (1819–61), consort to Queen Victoria and prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

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    • ph. (1819–61), consort to Queen Victoria and prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; full name Albert Francis Charles Augustus Emmanuel.

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    • IPA[prins]

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    • n.
      the son of a monarch.

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    • (1958–2016), US singer, songwriter, and musician; born Prince Rogers Nelson. Known for his distinctive fusion of funk, rock, and dance music as well as his flamboyant dress and highly sexual lyrics, he achieved international fame in the 1980s with songs like Purple Rain (1984), When Doves Cry (1984), and Kiss (1986).

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    • (1958–2016), US singer, songwriter, and musician; born Prince Rogers Nelson. Known for his distinctive fusion of funk, rock, and dance music as well as his flamboyant dress and highly sexual lyrics, he achieved international fame in the 1980s with songs like Purple Rain (1984), When Doves Cry (1984), and Kiss (1986).

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