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Orleanist

[ awr-lee-uh-nist ]
/ ˈɔr li ə nɪst /
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noun
a supporter of the Orléans branch of the former French royal family and of its claim to the throne of France through descent from the younger brother of Louis XIV.
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Origin of Orleanist

1825–35; <French Orléaniste;see Orléans, -ist

OTHER WORDS FROM Orleanist

Or·le·an·ism, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Orleanist

Orleanist
/ (ɔːˈlɪənɪst) /

noun
an adherent of the Orléans branch of the French Bourbons
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