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Definition of the noun Guienne
What does Guienne mean as a name of something?
- [obsolete] Aquitaine.
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The Geography of the Globe, Containing a Description of Its Several Divisions of Land and Water, to which are Added Problems on the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes, Etc (1826)
by John Olding BUTLER
GUIENNE is a province in which the Roman epicures, Vitellius and Apicius," or Quin, the English comedian, might have revelled with delight, since it is famous for good eating, and has ortolans, red partridges, and fine hams, to gratify the ...
Comprising a Complete Description of the Earth, Physical, Statistical, Civil, and Political ... by Hugh Murray
P Guienne is a most important province, which for several ages formed an appanage of the English crown. It consists of a magnificent and highly cultivated plain, watered by the Garonne, whose broad stream here resembles an arm of the sea, ...
A general view of the world (1807)
geographical, historical, and philosophical ; on a plan entirely new by Ezekiel Blomfield
Guienne is a large province of France, consisting of ...
by David Macpherson
But this author seems to confound Eleonora duchess of Aquitaine been a shipping port for the wool of the neighbouring country, whereof (of which Guienne is a part) the queen of Henry II, with Eleonora of Caslile, the wife of Edward prince of ...
Comprising a Complete Description of the Earth, Exhibiting... by Hugh Murray
2899- Guienne is a most important province, which for several ages fonned an appanage ot' the English crown. It consists of a magnificent and highly cultivated plain, watered by the Garonne, whose broad stream here resembles an arm of the ...
Encyclopedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
Guienne (Perigord). Franche-Comte ; Montbfeliard. Dauphine. Normandie; Perche. Orleanais; Normandie. Bretagne. Languedoc. Gascogne ( Astarac, Armagnac). Guienne (Bordelais, Bazadais). Languedoc; Gascogne ( Comminges).
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
Guienne or Guyenne \ge-'en\ ancient Aquitania. Historical region, SW France. An old duchy whose capital was at -Bordeaux, it was near the -Garonne and - Dordogne rivers. From Roman times until the Middle Ages it was part of the region of ...
General Gazetteer. The Modern Gazetteer: or Compendious geographical dictionary ... The third edition, etc. With maps (1771)
by Richard BROOKES (M.D.)
It washes part of Gascony, Upper Languedoc, and all Guienne ; but having received the Dordogne, it affumes the name of Gironde ...
Nelson's Encyclopaedia (1913)
Everybody's Book of Reference ... by Frank Moore Colby, George Sandeman
The Visigoths, the Merovingians, and the Carlovingians successively possessed the district, and its name in the 10th century l>ecame corrupted into Guienne.
by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
GUIENNE N-osnet of Horsemen Argolatiers, (Light Horsemen,) that serve on horseback with Petronels, (Poitrinal, a firearm •between a Harquebus and a Pistol, rested against the chest of the person who discharged it,) quia pertinet ad ...
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