In one thing alone, except my painting, was I serious, and that was something which lay hidden if not lost in the Breton forests.
What wrong could Mornac have done a ragged outcast here on the Breton coast?
"I never want any more than I can carry," replied the Breton.
Probably visited a hundred years earlier by Basque and Breton fishermen, and possibly by the Northmen several centuries before.
In Breton the sound is still approximately that of the French u.
Vasseur's ship, the Breton, still remained in the river, and they had also the Spanish brigantine brought by the mutineers.
The explanation, as far as it goes, of this verb is to be found in Breton.
Lady Adela had intended to speak about Breton—now, suddenly, she could say nothing.
This poetical expression is common to Cornish, Welsh, and Breton.
Years ago at Morbihan in a Breton church that dates from the fourteenth century, there was found a series of paintings.