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archduke a title given to a ruling prince, esp. in the former royal families of Austria.
Cinderella the title character of a common European fairy tale, who, with the help of a fairy godmother, escapes a life of misery and marries a prince. [1/2 definitions]
coprince combined form of prince.
duke a high-ranking male nobleman, the ruler of a duchy in Europe or ranked just below a prince in Britain. [1/2 definitions]
durbar in India, the court of a prince. [2 definitions]
Hamlet in one of Shakespeare's tragedies, the title character, a prince who avenges his father's death by slaying the murderer, his own uncle.
Machiavellian of, concerning, or befitting the doctrines expressed in Machiavelli's The Prince, in which moral considerations are subordinated to the holding and exercising of political power. [1/3 definitions]
Maritime Provinces the Canadian provinces on the Atlantic coast; New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
mirza a distinguished title following the name of a Persian prince or preceding that of a high government official or distinguished scholar.
Paris in Greek mythology, the Trojan prince whose abduction of Helen caused the Trojan War. [1/2 definitions]
princedom the area ruled by a prince; principality. [2 definitions]
princeling a minor or subordinate prince.
princely of, pertaining to, or belonging to a prince. [2 definitions]
princess the spouse of a prince. [1/4 definitions]
principality the area ruled by a prince. [2 definitions]
rajah in the Indian subcontinent or the East Indies, a king, prince, chief, or other dignitary.
seneschal a steward in the household of a medieval prince or noble.
sherif an Arab ruler, chief, or prince. [1/3 definitions]
Siddhartha an Indian prince who became a religious philosopher and teacher known as Buddha; founder of Buddhism; Siddhartha Gautama (563?-483? B.C.). (See Buddha.)
Trojan War in Greek mythology and The Iliad, the ten-year siege of Troy by the Greeks, caused by the abduction of Helen, the wife of a Greek king, by Paris, a Trojan prince.