Definition of Boudicca in English:

Boudicca

proper noun

  • (died ad 62), a queen of the Britons; ruler of the Iceni tribe in eastern England; also known as Boadicea. She led her forces in revolt against the Romans and sacked Colchester, St. Albans, and London before being defeated by the Roman governor, Suetonius Paulinus.

Pronunciation:

Boudicca

/bo͞oˈdikə/