Louis Definition

lo͝oē
noun
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A masculine name: dim. Lou, Louie; var. Lewis; equiv. L. Ludovicus, Ger. Ludwig, It. Luigi, Sp. Luis, Welsh Llewellyn, Llewelyn; fem. Louisa, Louise.
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Louis is a male name with French origin.
An example of Louis is Brad Pitt's character in the movie Interview with the Vampire.
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Synonyms:
Joseph Louis Barrowjoe louis
pronoun
A male given name.
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proper name
A.d. 778-840; king of France & emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (814-840): son & successor of Charlemagne.
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1214-70; king of France (1226-70): canonized as Saint Louis, his day is Aug. 25
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1423-83; king of France (1461-83): son of Charles VII.
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1462-1515; king of France (1498-1515)
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1601-43; king of France (1610-43): son of Henry IV.
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Origin of Louis

  • A French royal name, from Latin Ludovicus, from a Germanic (Frankish) name. Cognate to German Ludwig, which see for more information.

    From Wiktionary

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