[ boo-dik-uh ]
/ buˈdɪk ə /
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Words nearby Boudicca
bouchon, Boucicault, bouclé, bouclée, boudeuse, Boudicca, boudin, boudin blanc, boudin noir, boudoir, boudoir grand
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How to use Boudicca in a sentence
The name Boudicca seems to mean in Celtic much the same as Victoria.
British Dictionary definitions for Boudicca
/ (bəʊˈdɪkə) /
died 62 ad, a queen of the Iceni, who led a revolt against Roman rule in Britain; after being defeated she poisoned herselfAlso called: Boadicea
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