name of the ruling family of England (1485-1603), descended from Owen Tudor
designating or of a style of architecture popular under the Tudors: it is characterized by slightly rounded arches, shallow moldings, extensive half-timbered paneling, etc.
- (born William Cook) 1908-87; Brit. dancer & choreographer in the U.S.
- died 1461; Welsh nobleman: married the widow of Henry V
English ruling dynasty (1485-1603), including Henry VII and his descendants Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I, and Elizabeth I.
- Of or relating to the royal house of Tudor.
- a. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the period of the Tudors.b. Of, relating to, or characteristic of an architectural style derived from this period, having exposed beams as a typical feature.