Translation of dynasty in Spanish:


dinastía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdaɪnəsti/ /ˈdɪnəsti/

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nounplural dynasties

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    dinastía feminine
    • The Habsburg and Hohenzollern dynasties abdicated, following the Romanovs.
    • Sharif Ali bin al-Hussein is reportedly the current heir to the Iraqi line of the Hashemite dynasty.
    • In 1740 war came again as the result of another succession crisis when the male line of the Habsburg dynasty came to an end.
    • He assisted in compiling the official histories of the Jin and Sui dynasties.
    • In each, there were normally at any one time many rulers and many dynasties contending for power, and within the typical dynasty often more than one claimant to the position of ruler.
    • The massive monumental structures were intricately carved and decorated with scenes showing how the hereditary dynasties of the kings united with the gods.
    • Many were built during the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties.
    • How many rulers in the Herod dynasty are identified in Bible History?
    • The relationship between Taiwan and China goes back more than 400 years, through the PRC, the Republic of China, and the Qing and Ming dynasties.
    • As a young prince of the Renaissance, François became caught up in the struggle between the Habsburg and Valois dynasties of Europe.
    • Prior to the modern period, states were justified by reference to their rulers, their dynasties, and their religion.
    • The Emperor Yao is considered by some Confucians to be the model ruler and the ancestor of the Han dynasty.
    • This month my two-part series on the Dukes of York concludes with the dukes from the Stuart, Hanoverian, and Windsor dynasties.
    • Two principal dynasties, the Umayyads and Abbasids, dominated the caliphate until 1258.
    • Actually, the village is a living museum of buildings of the Ming and Qing dynasties.
    • Founder of the Merovingian dynasty was Merovaeus, said to be descended from the union of a sea creature and a French queen.
    • In content, Soucek concentrates on the political narrative of conquests, rulers, and dynasties, along with brief profiles of a few literary and religious figures.
    • The Italian branches of the Habsburg and Bourbon dynasties were severed from their parent houses.
    • The survivors of the English royal dynasty, led by Edgar the Atheling, fled to Malcolm's court in 1068.
    • When the Hohenstaufen dynasty fell in 1254, the capital of Italian poetry moved north.