- Antony,1909–87, English choreographer and dancer.
- David (Eugene),1926–1996, U.S. pianist and composer.
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- a member of the royal family that ruled in England from 1485 to 1603.
- pertaining or belonging to the English royal house of Tudor.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of the periods of the reigns of the Tudor sovereigns: Tudor architecture.
Examples from the Web for tudors
Then I landed The Tudors and managed to pick up some momentum again.Natalie Dormer Talks ‘Hunger Games,’ Feminism, and Why ‘Game of Thrones’ Needs More Dick
November 21, 2014
The Tudors who succeeded Richard to the throne reinforced their own legitimacy by setting out systematically to trash him.Three Dicks: Cheney, Nixon, Richard III and the Art of Reputation Rehab
July 27, 2014
Anyway, physical deformity was not the most serious charge the Tudors brought against Richard.
But Shakespeare was writing 100 years after the fact and was writing under the Tudors.
Brooding British thespian Henry Cavill (famous to Showtime fans of The Tudors) is on tap as the new Superman.Invasion of the Bodybuilders
June 6, 2011
For the Tudors were singularly luckless in the matter of children.Henry VIII.
A. F. Pollard
Mary had the solitary and heroic half-virtue of the Tudors: she was a patriot.A Short History of England
G. K. Chesterton
From that time till the time of the Tudors they numbered but fifty-two.History of the English People, Volume III (of 8)
John Richard Green
She was so used by now to the463 violent humours of these Tudors.The Fifth Queen Crowned
Ford Madox Ford
Under the Plantagenets and the Tudors there had been no standing army.The History of England from the Accession of James II.
Thomas Babington Macaulay
- an English royal house descended from a Welsh squire, Owen Tudor (died 1461), and ruling from 1485 to 1603. Monarchs of the Tudor line were Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I, and Elizabeth I
- denoting a style of architecture of the late perpendicular period and characterized by half-timbered houses
Word Origin and History for tudors
1779, from Welsh surname Tewdwr, used of the line of English sovereigns from Henry VII to Elizabeth I, descended from Owen Tudor, who married Catherine, widowed queen of Henry V. Applied from 1815 to a style of architecture prevalent during these reigns. The name is the Welsh form of Theodore.