Definition of cuisse. Meaning of cuisse. Synonyms of cuisse

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Definition of cuisse

cuisse
Cuish Cuish (kw?s), n. [F. cuisse thigh, fr. L. coxa hip: cf. F. cuissard, OF, cuissot, armor for the thigh, cuish. Cf. Hough.] Defensive armor for the thighs. [ Written also cuisse, and quish.]

Meaning of cuisse from wikipedia

- Cuisses are a form of medieval armour worn to protect the thigh. The word is the plural of the French word cuisse meaning 'thigh'. While the skirt of...
- The Wing or the Thigh, from the French L'aile ou la cuisse (French pronunciation: ​[lɛ.lu.la.kɥis]) is a 1976 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi...
- On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter (literally Jupiter's thigh was stolen) is a French movie released in 1980, starring Annie Girardot, Philippe Noiret and...
- Les Aiglons was a 1970s Guadeloupean cadence band. Their single "Cuisse-la" was the greatest selling record of any Antillean band until K****av's Zouk la...
- contemporary American influences, giving rise to such unique specialties as Cuisse de grenouilles sur un bâton (frog's legs on a stick). Notable alumni of...
- used as a climber. This cultivar is known by many other names, including 'Cuisse de Nymphe', 'Incarnata', 'Maiden's Blush' and 'Loyalist'. 'Great Maiden's...
- wrote for him a new character full of nuances and frankness in L'aile ou la cuisse (1976), which is arguably the best of his roles. Later, de Funès' considerable...
- reference to a horse's rump. As a military term, the word quijote refers to cuisses, part of a full suit of plate armour protecting the thighs. The Spanish...
- grand bazar The visitor of the appartement Claude Zidi 1976 L'aile ou la cuisse Gérard Duchemin Claude Zidi 1977 Drôles de zèbres the chef Guy Lux 1980...
- leggings or plate cuisses. During the fifteenth century poleyns developed an articulated construction that attached to the cuisses and schynbalds or greaves...
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