[ahn-twan] /ɑ̃ˈtwan/ (Show IPA), 1866–1936, French linguist.
I took the opportunity of applauding the admirable Coquelin, as well as two charming vaudeville performers, M——and Meillet.
Original Short Stories, Volume 3 (of 13) Guy de Maupassant
A decree signed Meillet names this citizen himself governor of the fort of Bicêtre.
History of the Commune of 1871 P. Lissagary
Antoine [French ahn-twan] /French ɑ̃ˈtwan/ (Show IPA), 1886–1962, French sculptor and painter, born in Russia (brother of Naum Gabo). noun Antoine (ɑ̃twan). 1886–1962, French constructivist sculptor and painter, born in Russia; brother of Naum Gabo Sir Nikolaus (ˈnɪkəlaʊs). 1902–83, British architectural historian, born in Germany: his series Buildings of England (1951–74) describes every structure of […]
Marie [muh-ree;; French ma-ree] /məˈri;; French maˈri/ (Show IPA), 1755–93, queen of France 1774–93: wife of Louis XVI. a female given name: derived from Antoine. Contemporary Examples Antoinette Tuff, who tried to kill herself nine months earlier, talked him out of it. The Woman Who Stopped a School Shooting Caitlin Dickson January 21, 2014 “Wow […]
Anton Stepanovich [uhn-tawn styi-pah-nuh-vyich] /ʌnˈtɔn styɪˈpɑ nə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1861–1906, Russian composer. Historical Examples Arensky is now quite recovered, although I find him somewhat depressed and agitated. The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Modeste Tchaikovsky Arensky is a man of remarkable gifts, but morbidly nervous and lacking in firmness—altogether a strange man. […]
a male given name, form of . Contemporary Examples And so we realized that what Anton would want from us is a genuine effort to help his children. A Christie’s Benefit for Slain Photojournalist Anton Hammerl’s Family James Foley May 12, 2012 So the question of how to help Anton comes down to, what can […]