Boniface

archaic or obsolete terms > Occupations:Innkeeper.
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Boniface

Bon'iĀ·face noun [ From the sleek, jolly landlord in Farquhar's comedy of 'The Beaux' Stratagem.'] An innkeeper.
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Boniface

Saint Boniface noun (Roman Catholic Church) Anglo-Saxon missionary who was sent to Frisia and Germany to spread the Christian faith; was martyred in Frisia (680-754)
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Boniface

• (n.) An innkeeper.
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Boniface

Boniface is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Good Fate` Where is it used? The name Boniface is mainly used In English and In French.How do they say it elsewhere? Bonifacio ( In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese) Bonifaz ( In German) Alternative meanings (Old English) Good Fate The name Boniface doesn`t appear In the US top 1000...
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Boniface

Boniface (bon'ufās) , d. 432, Roman general. He defended (413) Marseilles against the Visigoths under Ataulf. Having supported Galla Placidia in her struggle with her brother, Emperor Honorius, Boniface fled to Africa in 422. There, as semi-independent governor, he supported (424) Valentin...
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