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noun
1875–1934, king of the Belgians 1909–34.
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Other definitions for Albert I (2 of 2)

Alberti
[ ahl-ber-tee ]
/ ɑlˈbɛr ti /

noun
Le·on Bat·ti·sta [le-awnbaht-tee-stah], /lɛˈɔn bɑtˈti stɑ/, 1404–72, Italian architect, artist, musician, and poet.
Ra·fa·el [rah-fah-el], /rɑ fɑˈɛl/, 1902–1999, Spanish poet.
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British Dictionary definitions for Albert I (1 of 2)

Albert I

noun
c. 1255–1308, king of Germany (1298–1308)
1875–1934, king of the Belgians (1909–34)
called Albert the Bear. c. 1100–70. German military leader: first margrave of Brandenburg

British Dictionary definitions for Albert I (2 of 2)

Alberti
/ (Italian alˈbɛrti) /

noun
Leon Battista (leˈɔn batˈtista). 1404–72, Italian Renaissance architect, painter, writer, and musician; among his architectural designs are the façades of Sta. Maria Novella at Florence and S. Francesco at Rimini
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