Bluff King Hal

[,blʌfkɪŋ'hæl]
Простова́тый коро́ль Хал (прозвище короля Генриха VIII [Henry VIII, 1491-1547])
Hal - уменьш. от Henry

English-Russian Great Britain dictionary (Великобритания. Лингвострановедческий словарь). 2014.

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