Definition of Baigne. Meaning of Baigne. Synonyms of Baigne

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Definition of Baigne

Baigne
Baigne Baigne, v. i. [F. baigner to bathe, fr. L. balneum bath.] To soak or drench. [Obs.]

Meaning of Baigne from wikipedia

- Forte" in English. Louis XI of France was said to have challenged Abbé de Baigne to develop such an instrument, believing that it was impossible to do so...
- Baignes is a commune in the Haute-Saône department in the region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté in eastern France. Communes of the Haute-Saône department...
- Schwartz, Nicolas (18 May 2017). "Antoine Griezmann Parle Religioin : "Je Baigne Dedas Depuis Tout Petit"". Causerie (in French). "Sister of French Soccer...
- quand ça commence... (2005) "TS Ross » Blog Archive » Aldo Maccione tout baigne". www.tsross.co.uk (in French). Retrieved 11 August 2017. Aldo Maccione...
- Baignes-Sainte-Ra****nde is a commune in the Charente department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of south-western France. The inhabitants of the commune...
- Mnlk Project 2.0 1995 : "Quelle aventure !" (with No Sé) – #8 1995 : "Tout baigne" (with La Tribu) – #16 1997 : "Je me souviens" – #30 1998 : "Bye-Bye" –...
- Bors (also referred to as Bors-de-Baignes, to distinguish it from Bors near Montmoreau-Saint-Cybard) is a commune in the Charente department in southwestern...
- to Oggy's place, but his plan then gets backfired. 83 5 "Wash Day" "(Ça baigne!)" Olivier Jean-Marie Jean-Louis Capron François Rosso September 7, 2000 (2000-09-07)...
- verb: from se baigner ("to take a bath"), je me serai baigné; negative: je ne me serai pas baigné. The ****ure perfect in German (called "****ur II", "Vorzukunft"...
- The Bagne of Toulon in the mid-19th century (from Histoire des Baignes depuis leurs creations jusqu'a nos jours by Pierre Zaccone, Paris (1869)...
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