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Carlota

[kahr-law-tah]
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noun
  1. 1840–1927, wife of Maximillian: empress of Mexico 1864–67 (daughter of Leopold I of Belgium).
English Charlotte.
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Examples from the Web for carlota

Historical Examples

  • The Princess Carlota warns me of a conspiracy, so there must be something.

    Ponce de Leon

    William Pilling

  • Carlota, for so the natives called her, amiably greeted the Missourian.

    The Missourian

    Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle

  • Pedro's food was taken to him by Carlota, and he did not appear before I left.

  • Carlota went quickly to him and helped him to rise, and then led him, slowly and with no little trouble, into an adjoining room.

  • In referring to his experiences in Mexico he dwelt with much emphasis upon the Empress Carlota and her interesting personality.

    As I Remember

    Marian Gouverneur


British Dictionary definitions for carlota

Carlota

noun
  1. original name Marie Charlotte Amélie Augustine Victoire Clémentine Léopoldine. 1840–1927, wife of Maximilian; empress of Mexico (1864–67)
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