In the Parisian suburb of saint-denis, a street was named after him.
When thirteen years old she was placed in a store on rue saint-denis, Paris.
They are at saint-denis; that will be convenient for the rehearsals.
He also received the cross of the Legion of honor, to enable him to put his daughter at the royal school of saint-denis.
These or portions of them are now to be found in the abbey of saint-denis.
Near saint-denis the woods belonging to the abbey are devastated.
This was done in the cathedral of saint-denis, May 13, 1610.
When I go to saint-denis, they have a contest among themselves as to who shall be on duty.
She was buried in saint-denis, and Massillon pronounced her funeral oration.
He had dealings with the Guillaumes, clothing merchants, rue saint-denis.
c.1600, "act or fact of coming together again," from re- "back, again" + union; or from French réunion (1540s). Meaning "meeting of persons of previous connection" is from 1820.
The island of Reunion, formerly known as Bourbon, was renamed during the French Revolution (1793) in commemoration of the 1792 union of revolutionaries from Marseille with the National Guard in Paris, renamed back to Bourbon after 1815, then back to the Revolutionary name after 1848.