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Definition of Tudor rose noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Tudor rose

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the symbol of the Tudor family when its members were the kings and queens of England (1485-1603). It was introduced by Henry VII when he became the first Tudor monarch, and was a combination of the white rose (the symbol of the House of York) and the red rose (the symbol of the House of Lancaster).