Stuart

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adjective Stu·art \ˈstü-ərt, ˈstyü-; ˈst(y)u̇rt\

Definition of Stuart

  1. :  of or relating to the Scottish royal house to which belonged the rulers of Scotland from 1371 to 1603 and of Great Britain from 1603 to 1649 and from 1660 to 1714

Stuart

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Origin and Etymology of stuart

Robert Stewart (Robert II of Scotland) †1390


First Known Use: 1715


Stuart

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biographical name Stu·art \ˈstü-ərt, ˈstyü-; ˈst(y)u̇rt\

Definition of Stuart

  1. — see charles i and mary stuart


Stuart

biographical name Stu·art

Definition of Stuart

  1. Charles the Young Pretender — see charles edward


Stuart

biographical name Stu·art

Definition of Stuart

  1. Gilbert Charles 1755–1828 American painter


Stuart

biographical name Stu·art

Definition of Stuart

  1. James Ewell Brown 1833–1864 Jeb Stuart American Confederate general


Stuart

biographical name Stu·art

Definition of Stuart

  1. James Francis Edward the Old Pretender — see james edward


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