Princess is the feminine form of prince (from Latin princeps, meaning principal citizen). Most often, the term has been used for the consort of a prince or for the daughters of a king or sovereign prince.
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... The Ichie Anyaoku has been married to Princess Bunmi Anyaoku since 1962 ... Princess Anyaoku is an Omoba of Abeokuta, Nigeria ... country, that "it was a wedding of one of Nigeria's most eligible bachelors and a beautiful young Princess educated in an English boarding school and Pitman College, London." ...
... Senior Princess - assists the Honored Queen in her duties ... Junior Princess - assists the Honored Queen in her duties ... Appointed Senior Custodian - assists the Marshal with paraphernalia, assists the Senior Princess during initiation, and performs any duties assigned by the Honored Queen ...
... The Fund was co-founded by the Princess's lawyer, Anthony Julius, who was its first Chairman ... It was endowed with donations given in memory of the Princess by people around the world in the days and months following her death on 31 August 1997 ... President of the Fund is Lady Sarah McCorquodale, eldest sister of Diana, Princess of Wales ...
... Bravery of Women, Camma was a Galatian princess and priestess of Artemis ... play by Thomas Corneille, in which Camma is also a Galatian princess ... The Cup (1884), a tragedy by Tennyson, in which Camma is also a Galatian princess ...
... Name Birth Marriage Issue Crown Prince Naruhito 23 February 9 ... June 1993 Masako Owada Princess Toshi Prince Akishino 30 November 29 ... June 1990 Kiko ...
Famous quotes containing the word princess:
“My generation had Doris Day as a role model, then Gloria Steinemthen Princess Diana. We are the most confused generation.”
—Erica Jong (b. 1942)
“You may be a princess or the richest woman in the world, but you cannot be more than a lady.”
—Jennie Jerome Churchill (18541921)
“At the next town
the local princess was having a contest.
A common way for princesses to marry.
Fifty men had perished,
gargling the sea like soup.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)