What is another word for King of Great Britain?

Pronunciation: [kˈɪŋ ɒv ɡɹˈe͡ɪt bɹˈɪtən] (IPA)

The term "King of Great Britain" has been used for centuries to refer to the monarch of the United Kingdom, with different names and titles being used over time. Some of the synonyms for this title include the "King of England", "King of Scotland", "King of Ireland", "King of Wales", and "Emperor of India" (prior to Indian independence). The current reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, is also referred to as the "Queen of the United Kingdom" or "Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland". Other historical synonyms for the British monarch include "Lord of Ireland", "Defender of the Faith", and "Supreme Governor of the Church of England".

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