Retz

[ rets; French rets ]
/ rɛts; French rɛts /

noun

Gilles de La·val [zheel duh la-val] /ʒil də laˈval/, Baron de,1404?–40, French marshal: executed for child murder.
Jean Fran·çois Paul de Gon·di [zhahn frahn-swa pawl duh gawn-dee] /ʒɑ̃ frɑ̃ˈswa pɔl də gɔ̃ˈdi/, Cardinal de,1614–79, French politician and clergyman.

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Retz
/ (French rets) /

noun

Gilles de Retz See Rais
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