[disambiguation] Pierrot is a stock character in pantomime. Pierrot may also refer to: ...
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[n] - a male character in French pantomime
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Male character in pantomime. Pierrot derives from Pedrolino of the Italian commedia dell'arte. In France he evolved into a pale-faced lover with a loose white suit and ruff...
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noun a male character in French pantomime; usually dressed in white with a whitened face
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[poem] Pierrot is a short poem written by the African American author Langston Hughes. It was first published in the anthology The Weary Blues in 1926. In 30 lines, it describes contrasts the characters of Simple John, who adheres to an ethic of hard work and traditional virtues, and Pierrot...
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[band] Pierrot (typeset as PIERROT) was a Japanese visual kei rock band, originally founded as Dizy-Lizy in 1994 by Kirito (then going by his real name, Shinya) and Jun in Nagano. The original band members were Hidelow on vocals, Kirito and Jun on guitar, Kohta on bass and Luka on drums. Aft...
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Pierrot (pjεʁo) is a stock character of pantomime and Commedia dell`Arte whose origins are in the late 17th-century Italian troupe of players performing in Paris and known as the Comédie-Italienne; the name is a hypocorism of Pierre (Peter), via the suffix -ot. His character in postmodern popula...
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Pierrot (pē"urō') [Fr.,=little Peter], character in French pantomime. A buffoon, he wore a loose white tunic with big buttons, balloon sleeves, and white pantaloons. His face was painted white. A creation of Giuseppe Giaratone or Geratoni (fl. 1639–97), Pierrot was introduc...
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A character also originated from the Commedia dell'Arte. Ingenuous and sentimental. He wore very ample trousers and jacket, adorned with pompons and with a large ruffled collar.
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[song] == Tracklist == === CD === ==Sales== Initial week estimate: 9,774 Total estimate: 38,127 ...
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[Tamás Z. Marosi] Pierrot, born Tamás Zoltán Marosi (3 September, 1969 in Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian game designer, musician and producer, best known internationally for his video game series AGON (Ancient Games Of Nations) and Yoomurjak`s Ring. He is also well known in Hungary as ...
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1) A male character in french pantomime 2) Character 3) Fictional character 4) Fictitious character 5) French mime 6) Male character in french pantomime 7) Pantomime character 8) Pantomime clown 9) Pierrot
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