Saint, pope a.d. 106?–115.
(Aleksandr Pavlovich) 1777–1825, czar of Russia 1801–25.
(Alexander ObrenovichorAleksandar Obrenović) 1876–1903, king of Serbia 1889–1903.
1888–1934, king of Yugoslavia 1921–34 (son of Peter I of Serbia).
c. 1080–1124, king of Scotland (1107–24), son of Malcolm III
1777–1825, tsar of Russia (1801–25), who helped defeat Napoleon and formed the Holy Alliance (1815)
- Alexis nikolayevich
(Aleksei Nikolayevich) 1904–18, son of Nicholas II of Russia, heir apparent to the Russian throne: executed in the Russian Bolshevik Revolution.
Also, Gorky. Maxim [mak-sim;; Russian muh-ksyeem] /ˈmæk sɪm;; Russian mʌˈksyim/ (Show IPA), (Aleksey Maksimovich Pyeshkov) 1868–1936, Russian novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist. former name (1932–91) of . Historical Examples Gorki made a little speech which was translated by a Russian who knew English. Essays on Russian Novelists William Lyon Phelps One often thinks of Gorki […]
noun a fear of chickens Word Origin Greek ‘cock’
a confederation of Germanic tribes, first recorded in the 3rd century a.d., that settled in the area between the Rhine, Main, and Danube rivers, and made harassing attacks against the Roman Empire. Historical Examples The Alemanni were all condemned criminals, who were allowed no armor, and only blunt swords wherewith to defend themselves. A Thorny […]