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Étienne

[French ey-tyen] /French eɪˈtyɛn/
noun
1.
Estienne (def 1).
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  • And the virtuous lady walked out, followed by Felicie, who was crying too, for she had become accustomed to etienne.

    Parisians in the Country Honore de Balzac
  • Father etienne met them in the midst of all this, and Durtal asked him for a rosary.

    En Route J.-K. (Joris-Karl) Huysmans
  • etienne Dumont: "Some of the seed sown by the audacious hand of Paine were now budding in leading minds."

  • And he went to gain the other pond, when he encountered Father etienne.

    En Route J.-K. (Joris-Karl) Huysmans
  • The dinner bugle had sounded a few moments before Pre etienne had finished, and now we rose to go.

  • etienne Rambert made no reply, and the judge passed on to another point.

    Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
  • The lad started, and was about to burst into some protestation, but etienne Rambert imperiously checked him.

    Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
  • Happily there was always etienne Rambert, who was also staying in Paris just now.

    Fantmas Pierre Souvestre
  • However, on second thought, this metaphor is not happy description; old etienne did not rule—he obeyed.

    The Landloper Holman Day
British Dictionary definitions for etienne

Étienne

/French etjɛn/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Estienne
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