[boh-nuh-pahrt; French baw-na-part]
- Jé·rôme [juh-rohm; French zhey-rohm] /dʒəˈroʊm; French ʒeɪˈroʊm/, 1784–1860, king of Westphalia 1807 (brother of Napoleon I).
- Jo·seph [joh-zuh f, -suh f; French zhaw-zef] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf, -səf; French ʒɔˈzɛf/, 1768–1844, king of Naples 1806–08; king of Spain 1808–13 (brother of Napoleon I).
- Lou·is [loo-ee; French lwee; Dutch loo-ee] /ˈlu i; French lwi; Dutch luˈi/, 1778–1846, king of Holland 1806–10 (brother of Napoleon I).
- Lou·is Na·po·lé·on [loo-ee nuh-poh-lee-uh n; French lwee na-paw-ley-awn] /ˈlu i nəˈpoʊ li ən; French lwi na pɔ leɪˈɔ̃/. Napoleon III.
- Lu·cien [loo-shuh n; French ly-syan] /ˈlu ʃən; French lüˈsyɛ̃/, 1775–1840, prince of Canino, a principality in Italy (brother of Napoleon I).
- Napoléon. Napoleon I.
- Napoléon. Napoleon II.
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It was the third day of the family's absence from the Bonaparte house.
For the first time, the Bonaparte boys were leaving their mother and their home.
Meantime things were going from bad to worse in the Bonaparte home.
Now, this all took money; and there was but little money in the Bonaparte house to take.
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- See Napoleon I
- Jérôme (ʒerom), brother of Napoleon I. 1784–1860, king of Westphalia (1807–13)
- Joseph (ʒozɛf), brother of Napoleon I. 1768–1844, king of Naples (1806–08) and of Spain (1808–13)
- Louis (lwi), brother of Napoleon I. 1778–1846, king of Holland (1806–10)
- Lucien (lysjɛ̃), brother of Napoleon I. 1775–1840, prince of Canino