[jen-ser-ik, gen-] /ˈdʒɛn sər ɪk, ˈgɛn-/

a.d. c390–477, king of the Vandals, conqueror in northern Africa and Italy.
/ˈɡɛnsərɪk; ˈdʒɛn-/
?390–477 ad, king of the Vandals (428–77). He seized Roman lands, esp extensive parts of N Africa, and sacked Rome (455)


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