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Rol·lo

(rŏl′ō) 860?-931?
Norse chieftain who, after raiding France, negotiated a peace treaty in which the French king granted him territories that eventually became the duchy of Normandy.
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Rollo

(ˈrɒləʊ)
n
(Biography) ?860–?930 ad, Norse war leader who received from Charles the Simple a fief that formed the basis of the duchy of Normandy. Also: Rolf or Rolf the Ganger
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Noun1.Rollo - Norse chieftain who became the first duke of Normandy (860-931)
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