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Definition of prince:

  1. A sovereign; a ruler; a chief; a king's son; the chief of any body of men. Prince of Wales, the eldest son of the English sovereign. Prince royal, a kings eldest son.

Common misspellings for prince:

pince.

Prince \p-rin-ce, pr(i)-nce\

Meaning:
prince
Origin:
Latin
Details:
Prince as a boy's name is pronounced prince. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Prince is "prince". Surname that possibly derived from a nickname for those with a lordly manner, or indicated someone who worked in a prince's household. The rock musician Prince made the royal title familiar as a given name, but has changed his name to a symbol sometimes abbreviated "TAFKAP". Comedian Freddie Prinze; actor Freddie Prinze Jr.; theatrical producer Harold Prince.
Related names:
king.
Meaning:
king, Bronsen, Bransen.
Variants:
Printze, princeton, Printz, Prinz, Prinze.
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Examples of usage for prince:

  1. Prince Hohenstiel- Schwangau could not see so far as this. –  by
  2. It belongs to Prince Putbus. –  by
  3. Probably the Prince is not aware she is not in the town. –  by

Quotes for prince:

  1. No man speaketh, or should speak, of his prince, that which he hath not weighed whether it will consist with that veneration which should be preserved inviolate to him.
  2. The Crown Prince has said he needs to broaden political participation in the governing of Saudi Arabia.
  3. Prince used to call me up 3am in the morning and invite me to hear some of his new songs.
  4. I'm a hopeless romantic. It's disgusting. It really is. I've seen 'While You Were Sleeping', like, twenty times, and I still believe in the whole Prince Charming thing.
  5. But the word of the Gospel is not as the word of an earthly prince.

Rhymes for prince:

  1. mince, quince, rinse, wince, ince, since, vince, linse;
  2. convince, evince;
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