(“Charles the Mad”or”Charles the Well-beloved”) 1368–1422, king of France 1380–1422.
1685–1740, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1711–40; as Charles III, king of Hungary 1711–40.
known as Charles the Mad or Charles the Well-Beloved. 1368–1422, king of France (1380–1422): defeated by Henry V of England at Agincourt (1415), he was forced by the Treaty of Troyes (1420) to recognize Henry as his successor
1685–1740, Holy Roman Emperor (1711–40). His claim to the Spanish throne (1700) led to the War of the Spanish Succession
Joris Karl [zhoh-rees kahrl] /ʒoʊˈris kɑrl/ (Show IPA), (Charles Marie Georges Huysmans) 1848–1907, French novelist. noun Joris Karl (ʒɔris karl). 1848–1907, French novelist of the Decadent school, whose works include À rebours (1884)
- Charles Martel
a.d. 690?–741, ruler of the Franks 714–741 (grandfather of Charlemagne). Charles, Charles Martel. noun grandfather of Charlemagne. ?688–741 ad, Frankish ruler of Austrasia (715–41), who checked the Muslim invasion of Europe by defeating the Moors at Poitiers (732) noun See Charles Martel
- Charles mayo
Charles Horace, 1865–1939, and his brother William James, 1861–1939, U.S. surgeons. a county in NW Connaught province, in the NW Republic of Ireland. 2084 sq. mi. (5400 sq. km). County seat: Castlebar. noun a county of NW Republic of Ireland, in NW Connacht province, on the Atlantic: has many offshore islands and several large lakes. […]
- Charles’ law
Gay-Lussac’s law. noun the principle that all gases expand equally for the same rise of temperature if they are held at constant pressure: also that the pressures of all gases increase equally for the same rise of temperature if they are held at constant volume. The law is now known to be only true for […]