Harold I


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Har·old I

 (hăr′əld) Known as "Harold Harefoot." Died 1040.
King of England (1035-1040). The illegitimate son of Canute, Harold claimed the English throne after his father's death.

Harold I

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(Biography) surname Harefoot. died 1040, king of England (1037–40); son of Canute
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Noun1.Harold I - illegitimate son of Canute who seized the throne of England in 1037 (died in 1040)
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He is getting on beautifully with his French; for though I don't think the place is so good as papa supposed, yet Harold is so immensely clever that he can scarcely help learning.
Hay Denver one evening as she stood behind her husband's chair, with her hand upon his shoulder, "I think sometimes that Harold is not quite happy.
Childe Harold is a long poem of four cantos, but now only two cantos were published.