Definition of Monmouth, Duke of in English:

Monmouth, Duke of

proper noun

  • (1649–85), English claimant to the throne of England; born James Crofts, later James Scott. The illegitimate son of Charles II, he became the focus for Whig supporters of a Protestant succession. In 1685, he led a rebellion against the Catholic James II, but was defeated at the Battle of Sedgemoor and executed.

Pronunciation:

Monmouth, Duke of

/ˈmänməTH/