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Chouan
Chouan Chou"an, n. [F.] One of the royalist insurgents in western France (Brittany, etc.), during and after the French revolution.

Meaning of Chouan from wikipedia

- Chouan ("the silent one", or "owl") is a French nickname. It was used as a nom de guerre by the Chouan brothers, most notably Jean Cottereau, better known...
- Jean Chouan was the nom de guerre of the Frenchman, Jean Cottereau, who was born in Saint-Berthevin, near Laval, in the department of Mayenne on 30 October...
- Chouans! is a 1988 French historical adventure film directed by Philippe de Broca and starring Sophie Marceau, Philippe Noiret, and Lambert Wilson. Based...
- The Chouannerie (from the Chouan brothers, two of its leaders) was a royalist uprising or counter-revolution in 12 of the western départements of France...
- Jean Chouan is a 1926 French silent historical film directed by Luitz-Morat and starring René Navarre, Marthe Chaumont and Maurice Lagrenée. It is set...
- The Chouan Army of Rennes and Fougères (Armée des Chouans de Rennes et Fougères or armée royale de Rennes et de Fougères) was a French counter-revolutionary...
- d'Elbée. The rebels were known as Chouans, a title which comes from early royalist leader Jean Cottereau's nickname Jean Chouan. He was known for his perfect...
- Haut-Poitou, and that of Bas-Poitou and Retz country, south of the Loire. The Chouans of the north of the Loire who joined the Vendéens during the Virée de Galerne...
- Les Chouans (French pronunciation: ​[le ʃwɑ̃], The Chouans) is an 1829 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac (1799–1850) and included...
- Juliet (1996) Romeo & Julia (2006) Tragic Lovers (2008) Literature Les Chouans The Wandering Jew (1844) The Stolen Dormouse (1941) The Faraway Lurs (1963)...
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