Benoît

Benoît (t or t; bənwa) is a Catholic French male given name, or, less frequently, Benoist. The name is the Old French word for `blessed`, equivalent to the English name Benedict. The female form of the name is Benoîte, or Bénédicte.as well as family name. It is to be distinguished from Benoit (surname) which is usually without the accent. =.....
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Benoit

[crater] Benoit is a crater on Mercury. Its floor is quite unusual, with two mounds that have been suggested to be evidence of intrusive volcanic activity on Mercury. ...
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Benoit

Benoit is a French name for boys. The meaning is `blessed` The name Benoit is most commonly given to French boys. The chances are 100 times greater that boys are called Benoit there. What do they use in other countries? Bennett (English) Benedikte Bennet (English) Benet The name sounds like: Bent, Bennt, Bennito, Bennet, Benito, Benett, Benet Simil...
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Benoit

Benoit was a French poet of the 12th century. He wrote Le Roman de Troie which was a source of inspiration to many other writers.
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