Hohenzollern

[n] - a German noble family that ruled Brandenburg and Prussia
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Hohenzollern

noun a German noble family that ruled Brandenburg and Prussia
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Hohenzollern

(family) German family, originating in W├╝rttemberg, the main branch of which held the titles of elector of Brandenburg from 1415, king of Prussia from 1701, and German emperor from 1871. The last emperor, Wilhelm II, was dethroned in 1918 after the disastrous course of World War I. Anothe...
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Hohenzollern

German family, originating in W├╝rttemberg, the main branch of which held the titles of elector of Brandenburg from 1415, king of Prussia from 1701, and German emperor from 1871. The last emperor,...
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Hohenzollern

Hohenzollern (hō"un-tsôl'urn) , German princely family that ruled Brandenburg (1415–1918), Prussia (1525–1918), and Germany (1871–1918).Originating in S Germany and traceable to the 11th cent., the family probably took its name from the German word zöller, ...
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