Le Huguenot


Le Huguenot

Le Huguenot est un film muet français réalisé par Louis Feuillade sorti en 1909.

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  • huguenot — huguenot, ote (hu ghe no, no t ) s. m. et f. Sobriquet que les catholiques de France donnèrent autrefois aux calvinistes. •   L autre jour, touchant cette affaire, Le chevalier de Silleri, En parlant de ce pape ci [qui tenait le parti des… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • huguenot — huguenot, ote [ yg(ə)no, ɔt ] n. et adj. • 1550; eyguenet 1520; altér. all. Eidgenossen « confédérés » (nom des Genevois partisans de la confédération contre le duc de Savoie) 1 ♦ Surnom (péjoratif à l origine) donné par les catholiques aux… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Huguenot, Staten Island — Huguenot is the name of a neighborhood located on the South Shore of Staten Island, New York, USA.Originally named Bloomingview, it s present name is derived from the Huguenots, led by Daniel Perrin, who settled in the area during the late 17th… …   Wikipedia

  • Huguenot Memorial Bridge — is located in Henrico County and the independent city of Richmond, Virginia. It carries State Route 147 across the former Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (now the James River Line of CSX Transportation, the James River and Kanawha Canal, and the… …   Wikipedia

  • Huguenot, New York — may refer to:* Huguenot, Orange County, New York a hamlet in the town of Deerpark, New York * Huguenot, Staten Island, a neighborhood located in Staten Island, New York …   Wikipedia

  • *huguenot — ● huguenot, huguenote nom (allemand Eidgenosse, confédéré, qui fut déformé en eiguenotz et qui désignait, au XVIe s., les réformés de Genève) Nom donné aux protestants français pendant les guerres de Religion. ● huguenot, huguenote (synonymes)… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Huguenot — Hu gue*not, n. [F., properly a dim. of Hugues. The name is probably derived from the Christian name (Huguenot) of some person conspicuous as a reformer.] (Eccl. Hist.) A French Protestant of the period of the religious wars in France in the 16th… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Huguenot — 1562, from M.Fr. Huguenot, according to French sources originally political, not religious. The name was applied in 1520s to Genevan partisans opposed to the Duke of Savoy (who joined Geneva to the Swiss Confederation), and it is probably an… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Huguenot — Diminutif de Hugues, porté surtout en Bourgogne et en Franche Comté. Matronyme : Huguenotte. Formes voisines dans le même secteur géographique : Huguenard, Huguenel, Huguenet, Hugueney, Huguenin, Hugueniot. Egalement Huguenaud dans l Ouest …   Noms de famille

  • Huguenot — ► NOUN ▪ a French Protestant of the 16th 17th centuries. ORIGIN French, alternative (by association with the name of a mayor of Geneva, Besançon Hugues) of eiguenot, from Swiss German Eidgenoss confederate …   English terms dictionary

  • Huguenot — [hyo͞o′gə nät΄] n. [MFr, orig., supporter of group in Geneva opposing annexation to Savoy: altered (after Hugues Besançon, leader of the group) < earlier eidgnot < Ger eidgenosse, a confederate, ally: name later applied to Protestants in… …   English World dictionary