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prince

noun /prins/
a male member of a royal family, especially the son of a king or queen
príncipe
Prince Charles.
the ruler of some states or countries
príncipe
Prince Rainier of Monaco.
princely adjective of a prince
principesco, de príncipe
princely duties.
magnificent; splendid
magnífico; espléndido
a princely gift.
princess /prinˈses, (American) ˈprinsəs/ noun the wife or widow of a prince.
princesa
a woman of the same rank as a prince in her own right
princesa
Princess Anne.
principality /-ˈpӕ-/ noun ( plural principalities) a state or country ruled by a prince
principado
the principality of Monaco.
Translations of “prince”
in Arabic أمير…
in Korean 왕자, 작은 왕국의 군주…
in Malaysian putera, Putera…
in French prince…
in Turkish prens…
in Italian principe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 王子, 親王, 王孫…
in Russian принц, князь…
in Polish książę, królewicz…
in Vietnamese hoàng tử, ông hoàng…
in Portuguese príncipe…
in Thai เจ้าชาย, ผู้ครองนคร…
in German der Prinz, der Fürst…
in Catalan príncep, infant…
in Japanese 王子, 皇太子, (小国の)君主…
in Indonesian pangeran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 王子, 亲王, 王孙…
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