1. Prince (biographical name)
  2. Prince, Hal (biographical name)
  3. prince (noun)
  4. Prince Albert National Park (geographical name)
  5. Prince Edward Island (geographical name)
  6. Prince of Wales Strait
  7. Prince William Sound
  8. Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj, Prince (biographical name)
  9. Albert, prince consort of Great Britain and Ireland (biographical name)
  10. Bülow, Bernhard (Heinrich Martin Karl), prince von (biographical name)
  11. Barclay de Tolly, Mikhail (Bogdanovich), Prince (biographical name)
  12. Bismarck, Otto (Eduard Leopold), prince von (biographical name)
  13. Blücher, Gebhard Leberecht von, prince von Wahlstatt (biographical name)
  14. Carol I (biographical name)
  15. Charles (Philip Arthur George), prince of Wales (biographical name)
  16. Charles Edward, the Young Pretender (biographical name)
  17. Condé, Louis II de Bourbon, 4th prince de (biographical name)
  18. Davout, Louis-Nicolas, Prince d'Eckmühl (biographical name)
  19. Dipo Negoro, Pangeran (Prince)
  20. Edward the Black Prince (biographical name)
  21. Espartero, Baldomero, prince de Vergara (biographical name)
  22. Eugene of Savoy (biographical name)
  23. George I (biographical name)
  24. Gesualdo, Carlo, prince of Venosa (biographical name)
  25. Golitsyn, Vasily (Vasilyevich), Prince (biographical name)
  26. Gorchakov, Aleksandr (Mikhailovich), Prince (biographical name)
  27. Hardenberg, Karl August, prince von (biographical name)
  28. Henry the Navigator (biographical name)
  29. Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst, Chlodwig (Karl Viktor), prince zu (biographical name)
  30. Kutuzov, Mikhail (Illarionovich), Prince (biographical name)


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(born June 7, 1958, Minneapolis, Minn., U.S.) U.S. singer and songwriter. The son of a jazz pianist, he taught himself several instruments and formed his own bands as a teenager. At age 19 he released his first album, on which he played all the instruments. His second album, Prince (1979), was followed by many others, including the best-selling 1999 (1982), the soundtrack of the film Purple Rain (1983), in which he also starred, and Diamonds and Pearls (1991). In 1993 he changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol and became known as “the artist formerly known as Prince,” but in 2000 he resumed his previous name. In 2004 he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Variants of PRINCE

Prince orig. Prince Rogers Nelson

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