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Definition of Ventose

Ventose
Ventose Ven*tose", n. A ventouse. [Obs.] --Holland.
Ventose
Ventose Ven*tose", a. [L. ventosus windy. See Ventilate.] Windy; flatulent. --Richardson (Dict.).
Ventose
Ventose Ven`tose", n. [F. vent[^o]se. See Ventose, a.] The sixth month of the calendar adopted by the first French republic. It began February 19, and ended March 20. See Vend?miaire.

Meaning of Ventose from wikipedia

- Ventôse (French pronunciation: ​[vɑ̃toz]; also Ventose) was the sixth month in the French Republican Calendar. The month was named after the Latin word...
- The Ventôse Decrees were decrees proposed on February 26 and March 3, 1794 (8 and 13 Ventôse, An II in the French Republican Calendar) by the French revolutionary...
- Ventôse is a Floréal-cl**** frigate (French: frégate de surveillance) of the French Navy. The frigate is the fourth ship of its cl****, and the first French...
- Victor Marie Hugo (French: [viktɔʁ maʁi yɡo] (listen); 7 Ventôse year X (26 February 1802) – 22 May 1885) was a French poet, novelist, and dramatist of...
- abolition of slavery in all of France and in French colonies. On 8 and 13 Ventôse (26 February and 3 March 1794), Saint-Just proposed decrees to confiscate...
- started March 21 or March 22, and ended April 19 or April 20. It follows Ventôse and precedes Floréal. In the context of the French Revolution, Germinal...
- Ventôse was one of 18 Pluviôse-cl**** submarines built for the French Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. List of submarines of France Couhat...
- France. The six French ships of the cl****, Floréal, Prairial, Nivôse, Ventôse, Vendémiaire and Germinal, remain in active service. The ships' main armament...
- 1793, the army began to prevail and revolts were defeated with ease. The Ventôse Decrees (February–March 1794) proposed the confiscation of the goods of...
- equinox: Autumn: Vendémiaire Brumaire Frimaire Winter: Nivôse Pluviôse Ventôse Spring: Germinal Floréal Prairial Summer: Messidor Thermidor Fructidor...
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