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  • English Civil War (1642-1651) of England American Civil War (1861-1865) of the United States of America civil war — see civil war In English-language
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  • Roundhead (category English lemmas)
    on: Roundhead Wikipedia A nickname given to the supporters of parliament during the English Civil War. Parliamentarian English Civil War: nickname
    440 bytes (36 words) - 15:09, 29 October 2015
  • has an article on: civil war Wikipedia Calque of Latin bellum civile, in English from 1651 in reference to the English Civil War, with possible early
    3 KB (73 words) - 05:38, 17 June 2016
  • royalist (category English words suffixed with -ist)
    especially: a Cavalier, a supporter of King Charles I of England during the English Civil War a supporter of the House of Bourbon, in France since the 18th century
    1 KB (129 words) - 00:21, 18 June 2016
  • Parliamentarian (category English lemmas)
    has an article on: Roundhead Wikipedia Parliamentarian ‎(plural Parliamentarians) A supporter of parliament during the English Civil War. Roundhead
    182 bytes (23 words) - 19:07, 28 April 2016
  • The parameter "cat4" is not used by this template. civil war Αγγλικός Εμφύλιος Πόλεμος (English Civil War) Ελληνικός Εμφύλιος Πόλεμος (Greek Civil War)
    421 bytes (30 words) - 00:36, 13 January 2015
  • send to Coventry (category English lemmas)
    Coventry Wikipedia Some believe that the phrase dates from the English Civil War, when a military prison was located in that city. Others say it dates
    753 bytes (108 words) - 19:46, 21 January 2016
  • delinquent (category English terms derived from Middle French)
    (obsolete) a term applied to royalists by their opponents in the English Civil War 1642 - 1645. Charles I was known as the chief delinquent. See also
    3 KB (160 words) - 20:52, 22 May 2016
  • ship money (category English lemmas)
    coastal towns for their defence in wartime. The imposition of ship money without Parliamentary consent was one of the causes of the English Civil War.
    321 bytes (41 words) - 01:34, 25 January 2016
  • capeline (category English terms derived from French)
    by members of the military. A kind of cavalry helmet seen in the English Civil War. A cap-shaped bandage for the head or for the stump of an amputated
    473 bytes (52 words) - 02:16, 27 April 2016
  • Ironside (category English compound words)
    (historical) A trooper in the Parliamentarian cavalry formed by English political leader Oliver Cromwell in the 17th century, during the English Civil War.
    324 bytes (35 words) - 01:18, 22 January 2016
  • cavalier (category English terms derived from Middle French)
    Charles I of England, particularly a royalist partisan during the English Civil War which ended his reign. (architecture) A defensive work rising from
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  • mountain”) +‎ pää ‎(“head”) keropää (archaic) baldie (historical) Roundhead (supporter of Parliamentarians in the English Civil War) (baldie): kaljupää
    382 bytes (24 words) - 17:38, 27 April 2016
  • Magna Carta (category English terms derived from Latin)
    political weapon in the fight between Parliament and Charles I during the English Civil War. 2014, Anthony Arlidge; Igor Judge, “Introduction”, in Magna
    13 KB (1,250 words) - 10:57, 19 June 2016
  • UEA (category English lemmas)
    He is the author of several articles on regional responses to the English Civil Wars. UAE UEA Initialism of Universala Esperanto-Asocio ‎(“World Esperanto
    707 bytes (65 words) - 17:08, 4 May 2016
  • American Civil War Wikipedia has an article on: American Civil War Wikipedia A war fought in the United States between 1861 and 1865, between the
    2 KB (79 words) - 19:45, 14 June 2016
  • Middle English civil, from Old French civil, from Latin cīvīlis ‎(“relating to a citizen”), from cīvis ‎(“citizen”). Cognate with Old English hīwen ‎(“household”)
    9 KB (532 words) - 13:20, 30 May 2016
  • See also: war- and wär Wikipedia has articles on: war Wikipedia Wikipedia has articles on: war and war (card game) Wikipedia Wikipedia warre
    24 KB (1,450 words) - 01:26, 13 June 2016
  • civil wars plural of civil war
    220 bytes (6 words) - 08:44, 17 June 2016
  • war cemetery ‎(plural war cemeteries) A cemetery reserved for the graves of (usually military) victims of warfare, including civil war. war grave cemetery
    530 bytes (31 words) - 19:24, 27 April 2016

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