French name of Brittany. Historical Examples A Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe in 1817 W.D. Fellowes The Regent’s Daughter Alexandre Dumas (Pere) Gabriel and the Hour Book Evaleen Stein The Regent’s Daughter Alexandre Dumas (Pere) Characteristics of Women Anna Jameson The Regent’s Daughter Alexandre Dumas (Pere) The Regent’s Daughter Alexandre Dumas (Pere) The […]
one of a pair of ornamental suspenderlike shoulder straps that attach to the waistband at the front and back of a garment.
fellow members. Archaic. brothers. a male offspring having both parents in common with another offspring; a male sibling. Also called half brother. a male offspring having only one parent in common with another offspring. a stepbrother. a male numbered among the same kinship group, nationality, ethnicity, profession, etc., as another; an associate; a fellow member, […]
a native or inhabitant of Brittany. Also called Armorican, Armoric. the Celtic language of Brittany. (often lowercase) a round hat for women, with a flat crown and a turned-up brim. pertaining to Brittany, the Bretons, or their language. André [ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/ (Show IPA), 1896–1966, French poet, essayist, and critic. Jules Adolphe [zhyl a-dawlf] /ʒyl aˈdɔlf/ […]