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Definition of briquet

briquet
Briquette Bri*quette", n. [Also briquet.] [F., dim. of brique brick.] 1. A block of compacted coal dust, or peat, etc., for fuel.

Meaning of briquet from wikipedia

- Briquet may refer to: Briquet (possibly Jehan de Villeroye) fl. early 15th century, an early Renaissance composer Charles-Moïse Briquet (1880-1918), Swiss...
- A briquet (Dutch: vuurijzer) is a Medieval silver coin, first introduced by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy in 1474 (2nd EmissionCoinage Act of...
- Paul Briquet defined hysteria as a chronic syndrome manifesting in many unexplained symptoms throughout the body's organ systems. What Briquet described...
- Paul Briquet or Pierre Briquet (12 January 1796 – 25 January 1881) was a French physician and psychologist who advanced the reasoned treatment of disturbed...
- A Briquet Griffon Vendéen is a breed of hunting dog originating in France. Prior to the first World War it was bred down in size by the Comte d’Elva from...
- Somitisation disorder was first described by Paul Briquet in 1859 and was subsequently known as Briquet's syndrome. He described patients who had been sickly...
- Alfred Saint-Ange Briquet (30 December 1833, Paris – 1926, Mexico) was a French pioneer of photography, particularly in Mexico. Briquet became a photographer...
- Robert Briquet was a mercenary captain during the Hundred Years War. After the Treaty of Brétigny in the Robert Briquet and his men found themselves unemplo****...
- suggests derivation from the initial form sot, foolish, and the second part, briquet, is a French adaptation of Italian brichetto, diminutive of bricco, knave...
- Charles Moïse Briquet (30 August 1839, in Geneva – 24 January 1918, in Geneva) was a noted Swiss filigranologist. He was the first, or among the first...