Leopold

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Leopold I

noun
1.
1640–1705, king of Hungary 1655–1705; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1658–1705.
2.
1790–1865, king of Belgium 1831–65.

Leopold II

noun
1.
1747–92, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1790–92 (son of Francis I; brother of Joseph II and Marie Antoinette).
2.
1835–1909, king of Belgium 1865–1909 (son of Leopold I of Belgium).

Leopold III

noun
1901–83, king of Belgium 1934–51 (son of Albert I).
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Leopold I (ˈlɪəˌpəʊld)
 
n
1.  1640--1705, Holy Roman Emperor (1658--1705). His reign was marked by wars with Louis XIV of France and with the Turks
2.  1790--1865, first king of the Belgians (1831--65)

Leopold II
 
n
1.  1747--92, Holy Roman Emperor (1790--92). He formed an alliance with Prussia against France (1792) after the downfall of his brother-in-law Louis XVI
2.  1835--1909, king of the Belgians (1865--1909); son of Leopold I. He financed Stanley's explorations in Africa, becoming first sovereign of the Congo Free State (1885)

Leopold III
 
n
1901--83, king of the Belgians (1934--51); son of Albert I. His surrender to the Nazis (1940) forced his eventual abdication in favour of his son, Baudouin

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Leopold
masc. proper name, from Fr. Léopold, from O.H.G. Leutpald, Liutbald, lit. "bold among the people," from leudi "people" + bald "bold."
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