- Prince,1619–82, German Royalist general and admiral in the English Civil War (nephew of Charles I of England).
- a river in W Quebec, Canada, flowing W to James Bay. 380 miles (610 km) long.
- a male given name: derived from Robert.
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Contemporary Examples of rupert
“Given the number of events which take place across the UK it is likely to be difficult to enforce,” said Rupert Sutton.To Stop ISIS, Britain Is Set to Stop Free Speech
November 25, 2014
And always in the background, evanescent but, in the end, accountable, is Rupert Murdoch—courted, feared and sometimes loathed.
Rupert Murdoch has a long history of successfully deflecting hostile fire about his influence on the news business.
More than any other media proprietor, Rupert Murdoch had an intuitive revelation about the value of news as a commodity.
He offered $80 billion for Time Warner, but Rupert Murdoch was rebuffed.Don’t Count Rupert Murdoch Out Yet: Why The Magnate Hasn’t Given Up on Time Warner
July 16, 2014
Historical Examples of rupert
There Prince Rupert charged with headlong fury, carrying all before him.English Villages
P. H. Ditchfield
It was Rupert's voice, coming from the end of the drawbridge.
By the careless, graceful poise, I guessed it to be Rupert again.
And that wild-cat Rupert Hentzau was yet at large in the Castle.
An easy, scornful, merry laugh—the laugh of young Rupert Hentzau!
- Prince . 1619–82, German-born nephew of Charles I: Royalist general during the Civil War (until 1646) and commander of the Royalist fleet (1648–50). After the Restoration he was an admiral of the English fleet in wars against the Dutch
- military derogatory, slang a junior officer in the British army
Word Origin for Rupert
Word Origin and History for rupert
masc. proper name, probably a blend of German Ruprecht and English Robert.