(François Charles Joseph Bonaparte; Duke of Reichstadt) 1811–32, titular king of Rome (son of Napoleon I).
Duke of Reichstadt. 1811–32, son of Napoleon Bonaparte and Marie Louise. He was known as the King of Rome during the first French empire and was entitled Napoleon II by Bonapartists after Napoleon I’s death (1821)
[nah-paw-lee] /ˈnɑ pɔ li/ noun 1. Italian name of . /ˈnaːpoli/ noun 1. the Italian name for Naples
[nap] /næp/ noun 1. Geology. a large mass of rock thrust a considerable distance along a nearly horizontal fault plane or in an overturned anticlinal fold. 2. Geometry. one of the two equal sections of a cone. /næp/ noun 1. a large sheet or mass of rock, commonly a recumbent fold, that has been thrust […]
[nap-uh, nah-puh] /ˈnæp ə, ˈnɑ pə/ noun 1. a very soft glove leather made from the skin of a sheep, kid, or goat. /ˈnæpə/ noun 1. a soft leather, used in gloves and clothes, made from sheepskin, lambskin, or kid
[nap] /næp/ verb (used without object), napped, napping. 1. to sleep for a short time; doze. 2. to be off one’s guard: The question caught him napping. verb (used with object), napped, napping. 3. to sleep or doze through (a period of time, an activity, etc.) (usually followed by away): I napped the afternoon away. […]