Masséna

[ma-sey-na]
noun
  1. An·dré [ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/, Duc de Ri·vo·li [French ree-vaw-lee; Italian ree-vaw-lee] /French ri vɔˈli; Italian ˈri vɔ li/and Prince d'Ess·ling [des-ling] /ˈdɛs lɪŋ/, 1758–1817, French marshal under Napoleon I.
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British Dictionary definitions for masséna

Masséna

noun
  1. André (ɑ̃dre), Prince d'Essling. 1758–1817, French marshal under Napoleon I: victories at Saorgio (1794), Loano (1795), Rivoli (1797), Zürich (1799), and Caldiero (1805): defeated by Wellington in the Peninsular War (1810–11)
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