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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -queen dowager-, *queen dowager*.
English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
queen dowagern. มเหสีหม้ายของกษัตริย์,พระพันปีหลวง,พระราชชนนี

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
พันปี[n.] (phanpī) EN: queen dowager   
พันปีหลวง[n. exp.] (phanpī lūang) EN: queen dowager   

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
王太后[Wáng tài hòu, ㄨㄤˊ ㄊㄞˋ ㄏㄡˋ, ] Queen Dowager (in Europe); widowed queen; Queen mother [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Queen \Queen\, n. [OE. quen, quene, queen, quean, AS. cw[=e]n
     wife, queen, woman; akin to OS. qu[=a]n wife, woman, Icel.
     kv[=a]n wife, queen, Goth. q[=e]ns. [root]221. See {Quean}.]
     1. The wife of a king.
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     2. A woman who is the sovereign of a kingdom; a female
        monarch; as, Elizabeth, queen of England; Mary, queen of
        Scots.
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              In faith, and by the heaven's quene.  --Chaucer.
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     3. A woman eminent in power or attractions; the highest of
        her kind; as, a queen in society; -- also used
        figuratively of cities, countries, etc. " This queen of
        cities." " Albion, queen of isles." --Cowper.
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     4. The fertile, or fully developed, female of social bees,
        ants, and termites.
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     5. (Chess) The most powerful, and except the king the most
        important, piece in a set of chessmen.
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     6. A playing card bearing the picture of a queen; as, the
        queen of spades.
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     {Queen apple}. [Cf. OE. quyne aple quince apple.] A kind of
        apple; a queening. "Queen apples and red cherries."
        --Spenser.
  
     {Queen bee} (Zool.), a female bee, especially the female of
        the honeybee. See {Honeybee}.
  
     {Queen conch} (Zool.), a very large West Indian cameo conch
        ({Cassis cameo}). It is much used for making cameos.
  
     {Queen consort}, the wife of a reigning king. --Blackstone.
  
     {Queen dowager}, the widow of a king.
  
     {Queen gold}, formerly a revenue of the queen consort of
        England, arising from gifts, fines, etc.
  
     {Queen mother}, a queen dowager who is also mother of the
        reigning king or queen.
  
     {Queen of May}. See {May queen}, under {May}.
  
     {Queen of the meadow} (Bot.), a European herbaceous plant
        ({Spir[ae]a Ulmaria}). See {Meadowsweet}.
  
     {Queen of the prairie} (Bot.), an American herb ({Spir[ae]a
        lobata}) with ample clusters of pale pink flowers.
  
     {Queen pigeon} (Zool.), any one of several species of very
        large and handsome crested ground pigeons of the genus
        {Goura}, native of New Guinea and the adjacent islands.
        They are mostly pale blue, or ash-blue, marked with white,
        and have a large occipital crest of spatulate feathers.
        Called also {crowned pigeon}, {goura}, and {Victoria
        pigeon}.
  
     {Queen regent}, or {Queen regnant}, a queen reigning in her
        own right.
  
     {Queen's Bench}. See {King's Bench}.
  
     {Queen's counsel}, {Queen's evidence}. See {King's counsel},
        {King's evidence}, under {King}.
  
     {Queen's delight} (Bot.), an American plant ({Stillinqia
        sylvatica}) of the Spurge family, having an herbaceous
        stem and a perennial woody root.
  
     {Queen's metal} (Metal.), an alloy somewhat resembling pewter
        or britannia, and consisting essentially of tin with a
        slight admixture of antimony, bismuth, and lead or copper.
        
  
     {Queen's pigeon}. (Zool.) Same as {Queen pigeon}, above.
  
     {Queen's ware}, glazed English earthenware of a cream color.
        
  
     {Queen's yellow} (Old Chem.), a heavy yellow powder
        consisting of a basic mercuric sulphate; -- formerly
        called {turpetum minerale}, or {Turbith's mineral}.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Dowager \Dow"a*ger\, n. [OF. douagiere, fr. douage dower. See
     {Dower}.]
     1. (Eng. Law) A widow endowed, or having a jointure; a widow
        who either enjoys a dower from her deceased husband, or
        has property of her own brought by her to her husband on
        marriage, and settled on her after his decease. --Blount.
        --Burrill.
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     2. A title given in England to a widow, to distinguish her
        from the wife of her husband's heir bearing the same name;
        -- chiefly applied to widows of personages of rank.
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              With prudes for proctors, dowagers for deans.
                                                    --Tennyson.
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     {Queen dowager}, the widow of a king.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  queen dowager
      n 1: the widow of a king

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