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Vaudois

1

[ voh-dwah ]

noun

, (used with a singular verb)


Vaudois

2

[ voh-dwah ]

noun

, plural Vau·dois
  1. a native or inhabitant of Vaud.
  2. the dialect of French spoken in Vaud.

Vaudois

/ ˈvəʊdwɑː /

plural noun

  1. another name for the Waldenses
  2. the inhabitants of Vaud


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Vaudois1

< French; Middle French Vaudeis. See Vaud, -ese

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Example Sentences

The art of printing came to the aid of the opposition begun by the Vaudois and the Albigenses.

I frequently went to see my father at Nion, a small city in the Vaudois country, where he was now settled.

So spake not the pontiffs of Rome when they waded in the blood of the Vaudois and Albigenses.

The Vaudois Prior was to go down with his friend to the river-side, to the last point where man can go with man.

Amongst the Vaudois lycanthropy was also widely prevalent, and many of these werwolves were brought to trial and executed.

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