Darnley

[ dahrn-lee ]
/ ˈdɑrn li /

noun

Lord Henry Stewart or Stuart, 1545–67, Scottish nobleman: second husband of Mary Queen of Scots (father of James I of England).

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Darnley
/ (ˈdɑːnlɪ) /

noun

Lord. title of Henry Stuart (or Stewart). 1545–67, Scottish nobleman; second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots and father of James I of England. After murdering his wife's secretary, Rizzio (1566), he was himself assassinated (1567)
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