Translation of infante in Spanish:

infante

infante, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfænteɪ//ɪnˈfanteɪ/

noun

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    infante masculine
    • From 1770 Boccherini was composer and performer to the infante, Don Luis, at Aranjuez and later at Avila, a position he held until Don Luis died in 1785.
    • It splintered into hundreds of competing chieftainships, all led by infantes claiming descent from Afonso I, all variously cooperative or mercenary, and all dependent on the slave trade for their survival.
    • All Infantes in the different kingdoms were and are always royal princes, in the general meaning of the word.
    • Carlos became a naturalised Spanish subject and was granted the title Infante of Spain on 7 February 1901.