Definition of Charlemagne in English:

Charlemagne

proper noun

  • (742–814), king of the Franks 768–814 and Holy Roman Emperor (as Charles I) 800–814; Latin name Carolus Magnus; known as Charles the Great. As the first Holy Roman emperor, Charlemagne promoted the arts and education, and his court became the cultural center of the Carolingian Renaissance.

Pronunciation:

Charlemagne

/ˈSHärləˌmān/