[mak-suh-mil-yuh n] /ˌmæk səˈmɪl yən/
1832–67, archduke of Austria: emperor of Mexico 1864–67.
a male given name.
1459–1519, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1493–1519.
1527–76, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1564–76.
full name Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph. 1832–67, archduke of Austria and emperor of Mexico (1864–67). After the French had partially conquered Mexico, he was offered the throne but was defeated and shot by the Mexicans under Juárez
1459–1519, king of Germany (1486–1519) and Holy Roman Emperor (1493–1519)
masc. proper name, from Latin Maximus and Aemilianus, both proper names. According to Camden, Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III (1415-1493) coined the name and gave it to his son in hopes the boy would grow up to have the virtues of Fabius Maximus and Scipio Aemilianus.
noun 1. full plate armor of the early 16th century, representing a combination of Italian and German styles and characterized by extensive use of fluting for lightness and strength.
- Maximilian I
noun 1. 1459–1519, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1493–1519. noun 1. 1459–1519, king of Germany (1486–1519) and Holy Roman Emperor (1493–1519)
- Maximilian II
noun 1. 1527–76, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1564–76.
- Maximilien sully
[suhl-ee; for 1 also French sy-lee] /ˈsʌl i; for 1 also French süˈli/ noun 1. Maximilien de Béthune [mak-see-mee-lyan duh bey-tyn] /mak si miˈlyɛ̃ də beɪˈtün/ (Show IPA), Duc de, 1560–1641, French statesman. 2. Thomas, 1783–1872, U.S. painter, born in England. /ˈsʌlɪ/ verb -lies, -lying, -lied 1. to stain or tarnish (a reputation, etc) or […]