George I



noun
1.
1660–1727, king of England 1714–27.
2.
1845–1913, king of Greece 1863–1913.
noun
1.
1660–1727, first Hanoverian king of Great Britain and Ireland (1714–27) and elector of Hanover (1698–1727). His dependence in domestic affairs on his ministers led to the emergence of Walpole as the first prime minister

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