Louis I

[ loo-ee, loo-is; French lwee ]
/ ˈlu i, ˈlu ɪs; French lwi /

noun

"le Débonaire"; "the Pious", a.d. 788–840, king of France and Germany 814–840; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 814–840 (son of Charlemagne).

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British Dictionary definitions for Louis I

Louis I
/ (ˈluːɪ, French lwi) /

noun

known as Louis the Pious or Louis the Debonair. 778–840 ad, king of France and Holy Roman Emperor (814–23, 830–33, 834–40): he was twice deposed by his sons
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