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Arnulf

[ahr-noo lf]
noun
  1. a.d. 850?–899, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 887–899: crowned 896.
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Historical Examples

  • Shall we find any signs of the "munitio" occupied by her brother Arnulf?

    Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine

    Edward A. Freeman

  • See throughout this epistle of Arnulf of Lisieux, Bouquet, p. 230.

    Life of Thomas Becket

    Henry Hart Milman

  • Was not the chtelain mad in leaving young Arnulf with him all day?

  • "You must ask my young lord there," and he pointed to Arnulf.

  • That is not well done, Arnulf, to talk of ladies to men whom they do not know.