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Moc·te·zu·ma

 (mŏk′tĭ-zo͞o′mə)
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Mon•te•zu•ma II

(ˌmɒn təˈzu mə)

also Moctezuma


n.
c1470–1520, last Aztec emperor of Mexico 1502–20.
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