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

/buˈdɪkə//bo͞oˈdikə/