Angevin

[n] - a resident of Anjou
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Angevin

Angevine noun a resident of Anjou
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Angevin

[language] Angevin is the traditional Oïl dialect or language spoken in Anjou (capital: Angers), a historic province, in the western Loire valley, France, but it was also spoken in other neighboring regions like Pays Nantais (along with Gallo), Maine (along with Mayennois) and Touraine (along with Tourangeau). It is closely related to othe...
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Angevin

Angevin (ăn'juvin) [Fr.,=of Anjou], name of two medieval dynasties originating in France. The first ruled over parts of France and over Jerusalem and England; the second ruled over parts of France and over Naples, Hungary, and Poland, with a claim to Jerusalem.Sections in this article:Intr...
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Angevin

Term used to describe the English kings Henry II and Richard I (also known, with the later English kings up to Richard III, as the Plantagenets). Angevin derives from Anjou, a region in northwestern...
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Angevin

Term used to describe the English kings Henry II and Richard I (also known, with the later English kings up to Richard III, as the Plantagenets). Angevin derives from Anjou, a region in northwestern France. The Angevin Empire comprised the territories (including England) that belonged to the Anjou dynasty
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