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Car·lo·ta

 (kär-lô′tə) 1840-1927.
Belgian-born empress of Mexico (1864-1867) as the wife of Archduke Maximilian of Austria.
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Carlota

(Spanish karˈlota)
n
(Biography) original name Marie Charlotte Amélie Augustine Victoire Clémentine Léopoldine. 1840–1927, wife of Maximilian; empress of Mexico (1864–67)
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Car•lo•ta

(kɑrˈloʊ tə, -ˈlɒt ə)

n.
1840–1927, wife of Maximilian: empress of Mexico 1864–67.
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