Examples from the Web for alphonso
Alphonso, the despoiled lord of León, succeeded to the throne of Castile.The Lay of the Cid|R. Selden Rose
War speedily broke out anew, and lasted till 1331 when Alphonso XI.
Sleepy old chap you are, Enrico,” said the prince; “but come on, Alphonso will have finished the grub unless we look smart.Prince Prigio|Andrew Lang
Alphonso suggested, that the probability of finding her would be greater, if they took different roads.Alphonso and Marina|Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian
When the liberality of Alphonso enabled Ariosto to build a small house, it seems that it was but ill furnished.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli
Word Origin and History for alphonso
masc. proper name, from Spanish Alfonso, from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German Adalfuns, from adal "noble;" see atheling + funs "ready"). The Alphonsine tables are named for Alphonso the Wise, 13c. king of Castile.