or Val·de·mar I
[ vahl-duh-mahr ]
/ ˈvɑl dəˌmɑr /
the Great, 1131–82, king of Denmark 1157–82.
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British Dictionary definitions for waldemar i
/ (ˈvældɪˌmɑː) /
known as Waldemar the Great. 1131–82, king of Denmark (1157–82). He conquered the Wends (1169), increased the territory of Denmark, and established the hereditary rule of his line
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