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O·do·a·cer

 (ō′dō-ā′sər) also O·do·va·car (-vā′kər) ad 434?-493.
Germanic tribal leader who in 476 deposed Romulus Augustulus (reigned 475-476), bringing the Western Roman Empire to an end. He was later killed by Theodoric (493).
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Odoacer

(ˌɒdəˈeɪsə) or

Odovacar

n
(Biography) ?434–493 ad, barbarian ruler of Italy (476–493); assassinated by Theodoric
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O•do•a•cer

(ˌoʊ doʊˈeɪ sər)

also Odovacar



n.
A.D. 434?–493, first barbarian ruler of Italy 476–493.
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Noun1.Odoacer - Germanic barbarian leader who ended the Western Roman Empire in 476 and became the first barbarian ruler of Italy (434-493)Odoacer - Germanic barbarian leader who ended the Western Roman Empire in 476 and became the first barbarian ruler of Italy (434-493)
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