David I


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David I

1082?-1153.
King of Scotland (1124-1153) who transformed Scotland into a feudalistic society.
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David I

n
(Biography) 1084–1153, king of Scotland (1124–53) who supported his niece Matilda's claim to the English throne and unsuccessfully invaded England on her behalf
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Da•vid I

(ˈdeɪ vɪd)
n.
1084–1153, king of Scotland 1124–53.
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'David is quite right, quite right, brother Charles," said Ned: 'are the people here, David?'
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He will tell me what place David is to take in life and when he shall set out on his journey.