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Eugénie

[ œ-zhey-nee ]
/ œ ʒeɪˈni /
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noun
Comtesse de Te·ba [de -te-bah], /dɛ ˈtɛ bɑ/, Marie Eugénie de Montijo de Guzmán, 1826–1920, wife of Napoleon III, born in Spain: Empress of France 1853–71.
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Eugénie
/ (French øʒeni) /

noun
original name Eugénia Maria de Montijo de Guzman, Comtesse de Téba. 1826–1920, Empress of France (1853–71) as wife of Napoleon III
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