Macaire

The name `Macaire` was first documented as an Irish Saint in the Bible. It appears to have several claims of origin. It was a male name and currently is considered a male or female name. Macaire is a common name for a 12th-century French chanson de geste, named for one of its main characters. Macaire and La Reine Sibille (14th century) are two v.....
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Macaire

A potato pancake made with seasoned potato puree.
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macaire

classic side dish of puréed potatoes shaped into small balls and fried or baked in a flat cake.
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Macaire

title often assigned to a French medieval epic poem, or chanson de geste, after one of its chief characters. Blanchefleur, wife of the aged and ...
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