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Carlota

[ kahr-law-tah ]
/ kɑrˈlɔ tɑ /
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noun
1840–1927, wife of Maximillian: empress of Mexico 1864–67 (daughter of Leopold I of Belgium).
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Carlota
/ (Spanish karˈlota) /

noun
original name Marie Charlotte Amélie Augustine Victoire Clémentine Léopoldine. 1840–1927, wife of Maximilian; empress of Mexico (1864–67)
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