Definition of Livres. Meaning of Livres. Synonyms of Livres

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Definition of Livres

Livre
Livre Li"vre, n. [F., fr. L. libra a pound of twelve ounces. Cf. Lira.] A French money of account, afterward a silver coin equal to 20 sous. It is not now in use, having been superseded by the franc.

Meaning of Livres from wikipedia

- used officially, as later notes and coins were denominated simply in livres, the livre parisis having finally been abolished in 1667.[citation needed] With...
- conservatism. Today, Livres is not a party, but a political movement. Although many politicians are still members of the organisation, Livres does not run its...
- livre (French for "pound") was the currency of Kingdom of France and its predecessor state of West Francia from 781 to 1794. Several different livres...
- Luta Livre (Portuguese: [ˈlutɐ ˈlivɾi], lit. freestyle fighting), known in Brazil as Luta Livre Brasileira and also Luta Livre Submission, is a Brazilian...
- Livre may refer to: French livre, one of a number of obsolete units of currency of France livre tournois, one particular obsolete unit of currency of...
- LIVRE or FREE (also previously known as LIVRE/Tempo de Avançar, FREE/Time to Move On or FREE/Time to Move Forward[citation needed] with the acronym L/TDA)...
- Águas Livres may refer to: The Águas Livres Aqueduct, a historic aqueduct in the city of Lisbon, Portugal Águas Livres (Amadora), a Portuguese urban civil...
- site Le combat des livres 2004 at Radio-Canada (in French) Le combat des livres 2005 at Radio-Canada (in French) Le combat des livres 2006 at Radio-Canada...
- CITEREFNostradamus1555 (help) Roussat, R., Livre de l'etat et mutations des temps, Lyon, 1550, p. 95; Brinette, B, Richard Roussat: Livre de l'etat et mutations des temps...
- Annales Bertiniani, the sum was 7,000 French livres (Ogg 1908, p. 166). One "livre d'estelin" or "livre de Charlemagne", the m**** standard used in France...
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