Aquitaine [ ak-wi-teyn; French a-kee- ten] EXAMPLES | noun a lowland region in SW France, formerly an ancient Roman province and medieval duchy.
Aq·ui·ta·ni·a [ak-wi- tey-nee- uh] /ˌæk wɪˈteɪ ni ə/
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Examples from the Web for aquitaine Historical Examples of aquitaine
Could they not set up five archers for the honor of
Aquitaine and of Gascony?
I have had occasion to tell you more than once that things are not ordered in this way in
The story of Walter of
Aquitaine is as simple as the story of Hildebrand.
This is a style that was neither that of Southern Italy nor that of
Angelerus, Duke of
Aquitaine, brought four thousand valiant bowmen. British Dictionary definitions for aquitaine noun a region of SW France, on the Bay of Biscay: a former Roman province and medieval duchy. It is generally flat in the west, rising to the slopes of the Massif Central in the northeast and the Pyrenees in the south; mainly agricultural Ancient name: Aquitania ( ˌækwɪˈteɪnɪə)
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