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Mon·tez

 (mŏn′tĕz, mŏn-tĕz′), Lola Originally Eliza Gilbert. 1818-1861.
Irish-born American dancer noted for her love affairs with Liszt, Dumas père, and Ludwig I (1786-1868), king of Bavaria.

Montez

(mɒnˈtɛz)
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(Biography) Lola (ˈləʊlə), original name Marie Gilbert. 1818–61, Irish dancer; mistress of Louis I of Bavaria (1786–1868; reigned 1825–48)
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