Definition of discrown in US English:

discrown

verb

  • with object To deprive of a crown. Chiefly figurative: to deprive of power; to depose; to humble.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in William Warner (d. 1609), poet and lawyer. Probably partly from (i) dis- + crown.

Pronunciation

discrown

/dɪˈskraʊn/