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Definition of Fontange

Fontange
Fontange Fon`tange", n. [F., from the name of the first wearer, Mlle. de Fontanges, about 1679.] A kind of tall headdress formerly worn. --Addison.

Meaning of Fontange from wikipedia

- A fontange, or frelange, is a high headdress po****r during the turn of the late 17th and early 18th centuries in Europe. Technically, fontanges are only...
- to Fontanges; while Romani was accused of delivering her gloves contaminated with poison. Françoise Filastre, a servant in the household of Fontanges was...
- Fontanges is a commune in the Cantal department in south-central France. The Aspres river flows through the commune. Communes of the Cantal department...
- Magda Fontanges (10 May 1905 – 1 October 1960), also known as Madeleine Coraboeuf, was a French actress, journalist and a spy for the Germany Secret Service...
- Pompadour. In 1680, King Louis XIV loved the way his mistress Madame de Fontanges arranged her hair after she fell from her horse. She started wearing it...
- 1696 she married Bernard de Prez, Baron de La Queue. by Angélique de Fontanges (1661 – 28 June 1681) Son January 1680 January 1680 (stillborn) Daughter...
- Elena Mrozovskaya. Girl in the Kokoshnik by Sophia Ivanovna Kramskaya Fontange Ochipok "Kokoshnik- The main part of the traditional Russian national costume"...
- Duchesse de Fontanges. When the plans failed due to the arrest of La Voisin, Montespan hired Filastre to perform the murder on Fontanges. She was arrested...
- stacked high over the forehead. This hairstyle was often topped with a fontange, a frilly cap of lace wired to stand in vertical tiers with streamers to...
- Musikbibliothek Leipzig. His compositions include musical portraits, such as La Fontange, La Montespan and also tombeaux (Turenne, Condé, Madame). He was one of...
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