Alaric

Alaric

[al-er-ik]
noun
a.d. c370–410, king of the Visigoths: captured Rome 410.
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Alaric (ˈælərɪk)
 
n
?370--410 ad, king of the Visigoths, who served under the Roman emperor Theodosius I but later invaded Greece and Italy, capturing Rome in 410

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Alaric
Visigothic masc. proper name, lit. "all-ruler," from P.Gmc. *ala- "all" + *rikja "rule."
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