Prince Albert

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Prince Albert 1

A city of central Saskatchewan, Canada, on the North Saskatchewan River north-northeast of Saskatoon. It was founded in 1866.

Prince Albert 2

n.
A man's long, double-breasted frock coat.

[After Prince Albert Edward, later Edward VII.]

Prince Albert 3

n.
1. A man's genital piercing in which a ring is passed through the opening of the urethra and pierced through the underside of the glans of the penis.
2. The ring used for this piercing.

[Probably from an unfounded story that Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, had such a piercing.]
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Prince Albert

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man's double-breasted frock coat worn esp in the early 20th century
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Prince` Al′bert


n.
1. a city in central Saskatchewan, in S Canada. 28,631.
2. a long, double-breasted frock coat.
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Noun1.Prince Albert - prince consort of Queen Victoria of England (1819-1861)Prince Albert - prince consort of Queen Victoria of England (1819-1861)
2.Prince Albert - a man's double-breasted frock coat
frock coat - a man's coat having knee-length skirts front and back; worn in the 19th century
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Translations
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1871: The Royal Albert Hall in London was opened by Queen Victoria: 'This hall was erected for the advancement of the Arts and Sciences, and works of industry of all nations, in fulfilment of the intentions of Albert, Prince Consort' says the frieze that encircles the Royal Albert Hall.

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