Definition of Breloque. Meaning of Breloque. Synonyms of Breloque

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Definition of Breloque

Breloque
Breloque Bre*loque", n. [F.] A seal or charm for a watch chain. ``His chains and breloques.' --Thackeray.

Meaning of Breloque from wikipedia

- appearance on screen, in the Robert Péguy directed 1937 comedy Monsieur Breloque a disparu, starring Lucien Baroux and Junie Astor. Following his retirement...
- Action (1968), Princess Arjumand (1973) François MathetLilya (1958), Breloque (1960), Tin Top (1961), Tamoure (1965), Kirmiz (1972) David Smaga – Thorough...
- une pensionnaire Robert Pizani as Le poète efféminé Pierre Sergeol as La Breloque Charlotte Barbier-Krauss as Mme Legal - la patronne de la pension de famille...
- Weber as Le duc Émile Sylvio De Pedrelli as Oscar Pacha Jean Gobet as Breloque - le secrétaire Gaston Orbal as Fil-de-fer Rivers Cadet as Naphtaline Alexandre...
- Mademoiselle Mesureux Quadrille (1938) - La femme de chambre de l'hôtel Monsieur Breloque a disparu (1938) Les gaietés de l'exposition (1938) - La logeuse Le plus...
- (1938) - Gabrielle Brunois Mollenard (1938) - Mme. Mollenard Monsieur Breloque a disparu (1938) - La baronne Granger Le drame de Shanghaï (1938) - La...
- bijou) Boucle de ceinture (Navel stud: Navel piercing) Bracelet de cheville Breloque Camée C****olette (small gl****) Chaîne Châtelaine Chapelet Médaille Médaillon...
- Quatre heures du matin (1938) - Bidon Durand Monsieur Breloque a disparu (1938) - Monsieur Breloque Ma soeur de lait (1938) - Cyprien - le secrétaire de...
- Schloß Wilford Willi Schur as Der Nachtwächter auf Schloß Wilford Monsieur Breloque a disparu [fr] (1938) Trappola d'amore [it] (1940) Waldman p.205 Waldman...
- by J. A. Hübler-Kahla (Germany, 1936, based on the play ****y) Monsieur Breloque a disparu [fr], directed by Robert Péguy (France, 1938, based on the play...
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