Bretagne



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 Regent’s Daughter Alexandre Dumas (Pere)
The Siege of Norwich Castle Matilda Maria Blake
Sister Anne (Novels of Paul de Kock, Volume X) Charles Paul de Kock

noun
the French name for Brittany1

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