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  • has an article on: Bonaparte Wikipedia Bonaparte A Corsican surname Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) The family of Napoleon Bonaparte A former name for
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  • See also: napoleon, Napoleon, Napóleon, and Napoleón Napoléon m Napoleon (Bonaparte) A male given name; rare today. napoléonien
    326 bytes (18 words) - 13:00, 7 June 2016
  • on: Napoleon Wikipedia Napoleon Napoleon Bonaparte. A male given name sometimes given in honor of the French emperor. Napoleonesque Napoleonism Napoleonist
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  • two-cornered hat worn by Napoleon Bonaparte. bicorne m ‎(plural bicornes) The two-cornered hat worn by Napoleon Bonaparte. In French faerie-tales, a
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  • sully. Malice delights to blacken the characters of prominent men. — Napoleon Bonaparte To cook (meat or fish) by coating with pepper, etc., and quickly
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  • From Napoleon +‎ -ic. enPR: nə.pô'.lē.äʹ.nĭk Napoleonic ‎(not comparable) Of or pertaining to Napoleon Bonaparte; as, the Napoleonic Wars. Suffering
    433 bytes (27 words) - 01:12, 26 April 2016
  • “doctrine” attributed to use of related idéologue ‎(“ideologue”) by Napoleon Bonaparte as a term of abuse towards political opponents in early 1800s. ideology
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  • /ˌboʊnəˈpɑɹ(ˌ)tɪzəm/ Bonapartism ‎(uncountable) The practices and ideology of Napoleon Bonaparte A populist alliance between the bourgeoisie and the lumpenproletariat
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  • Napoleão m Napoleon (Napoleon Bonaparte) A male given name, equivalent to English Napoleon For usage examples of this term, see Citations:Napoleão.
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  • Antoine Fauvelet De Bourrienne, translated by R. W. Phipps, Memoirs Of Napoleon Bonaparte: […] the jealousy of his foes of each other's share in the booty […]
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  • Belgium on June 18, 1815, resulting in the epic, final defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte. (battle): Battle of Waterloo Waterloo ‎(plural Waterloos) A notable
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  • ‎(plural ogres, feminine ogresse) (mythology) ogre l'ogre de Corse ‎(“Napoleon Bonaparte”) orge “ogre” in le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The
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  • Bonaparte +‎ -ismo bonapartismo m ‎(plural bonapartismi) Bonapartism bonapartista bonapartismo m (uncountable) Bonapartism (pratices of Napoleon Bonaparte)
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  • Italian Wikipedia has an article on: Napoleone Wikipedia it Napoleone m Napoleon (Bonaparte) A male given name; a saint's name, rare today. napoleonico napoleonide
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  • reference to Napoleon Bonaparte”). In reference to coins, via French napoléon ‎(“(slang) a coin that originally had the appearance of Napoleon's face in
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  • Folk etymology suggests that the term's meaning shifted with when Napoleon Bonaparte invaded Portugal and the Portuguese nobles fled to Brazil, claiming
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  • Hungarian Wikipedia has an article on: Napóleon (keresztnév) Wikipedia hu Napoleon (Bonaparte) A male given name. Hungarian equivalent of Napoleon.
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  • See also: Bérézina From the defeat suffered there by Napoleon Bonaparte during the retreat from Russia. bérézina f ‎(plural bérézinas) Complete disaster
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  • “doctrine” attributed to use of related idéologue ‎(“ideologue”) by Napoleon Bonaparte as a term of abuse towards political opponents in early 1800s. IPA(key):
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  • l'ogre de Corse m Used other than as an idiom: see le,‎ ogre,‎ de,‎ Corse. Napoleon Bonaparte.
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