Itúrbide

I·tur·bi·de

 (ē′to͞or-bē′dā), Agustín de 1783-1824.
Mexican revolutionary leader who established Mexican independence from Spain (1821) and served as emperor of Mexico from 1822 to 1823, when he was overthrown by a liberal counterrevolution.
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Itúrbide

(Spanish ˈiturβiðə)
n
(Biography) Agustín de (aɣusˈtin de). 1783–1824, Mexican nationalist and emperor (1822–23). He was forced to abdicate and later executed
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