Examples from the Web for angevin
Justin had written to him, and then had been incidentally renforced by the assistance of Mr. Angevin L. Cater.The Wayfarers|Mary Stewart Cutting
The Angevin family are commonly known as the Plantagenets; but that name was never used as a surname till the fifteenth century.The Growth of the English Constitution|Edward A. Freeman
Robert of Escalfoy had taken the Angevin side, and had defended his castle against the Duke.William the Conqueror|Edward Augustus Freeman
The Angevin lords announced it to their queens, Yolande and Marie.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2)|Anatole France
I dont suppose a more perfect old Angevin town exists than Amboise.An Autobiography|Elizabeth Butler
Word Origin for Angevin
1650s, "pertaining to the French province of Anjou," from French Angevin, from Medieval Latin Andegavinus, from Andegavum "Angers," city in France, capital of Anjou (Latin Andegavia, from Andecavi, Roman name of the Gaulish people who lived here, of unknown origin). In English history, of the Plantagenet kings (beginning with Henry II) who were descended from Geoffrey, count of Anjou, and Matilda, daughter of Henry I.