Definition of Savoyard. Meaning of Savoyard. Synonyms of Savoyard

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Definition of Savoyard

Savoyard
Savoyard Sav`oy*ard", n. [F.] A native or inhabitant of Savoy.

Meaning of Savoyard from wikipedia

- Savoyard means of or pertaining to Savoy. It may also refer to: Savoyard dialect, a Franco-Provençal language Savoyard League, a political party based...
- Savoyard is a dialect of the Franco-Provençal language. It is spoken in some territories of the historical Duchy of Savoy, nowadays a geographic area spanning...
- garlic. Some recipes call also for cheese and egg to be added. Gratin savoyard is a similar dish found in the neighbouring Savoie (Savoy) region. It consists...
- The Savoyard state is a term of art used by historians to denote collectively all of the states ruled by the counts and dukes of Savoy from the Middle...
- writings. Due to a section of the book entitled "Profession of Faith of the Savoyard Vicar", Emile was banned in Paris and Geneva and was publicly burned in...
- claimants to the Spanish throne to the Duke of Savoy Victor Amadeus II. The Savoyards united it with their historical possessions on the Italian mainland, and...
- The Savoyard–Waldensian Wars were a series of conflicts between the community of Waldensians (also known as Vaudois) and the Savoyard troops in the Duchy...
- individual opponents, but this did not achieve its aim until 1696, when the Savoyards agreed to the Treaty of Turin and switched sides. Thereafter, members...
- rivers Leysse and Albane, hosting the castle of the House of Savoy and the Savoyard senate. The state included six districts: Savoie Propre, sometimes known...
- The Second Genoese–Savoyard War (1672-1673) was a short war fought between the Duchy of Savoy and the Republic of Genoa. The war was launched by Charles...
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