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Coligny

or Co·li·gni

[kaw-lee-nyee]
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noun
  1. Gas·pard de [ga-spar duh] /gaˈspar də/, 1519–72, French admiral and Huguenot leader.
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Examples from the Web for coligny

Historical Examples

  • Why did Coligny later wish to establish a colony in America?

    Introductory American History

    Henry Eldridge Bourne

  • What promise did Coligny make to the people of the Netherlands?

    Introductory American History

    Henry Eldridge Bourne

  • That speech of Coligny's was of all things the one he most desired to forget.

  • See the synopsis of Coligny's speech in La Planche, 247, 248.

  • Coligny was severely wounded in the face, and the Rhinegrave was killed.


British Dictionary definitions for coligny

Coligny

Coligni

noun
  1. Gaspard de (ɡaspar də), Seigneur de Châtillon. 1519–72, French Huguenot leader
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