géane


géane
   Femme dont la taille excede la stature ordinaire; dites, "géante", s. f. As-tu vu cette "géante"?

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  • geane — geáne s.f. – Lume. Origine necunoscută. Numai în Banat. După DAR, în legătură cu alb. giri castă , calabr. jenia, din gr. γενεά creaţie . Diculescu, Elementele, 491 şi Giuglea, Dacor., III, 621, pleacă de la gr. γέννα origine . Trimis de blaurb,… …   Dicționar Român

  • Geane — This interesting surname is of Irish origin, and was originally found with the prefix mac , son of, or o , male descendant of. In Irish the name is Geibheannaigh, from Geibheannach meaning the fettered one . Quite what being fettered means is… …   Surnames reference

  • Geane — …   Useful english dictionary

  • géant — géant, ante (jé an, an t ) s. m. et f. 1°   Terme de la mythologie. Nom d êtres fabuleux d une taille énorme, qui étaient fils de la Terre, avaient des pieds de serpents, et essayèrent de détrôner Jupiter ; ils furent foudroyés.    Il se dit… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Bluejeans — Blue|jeans 〈[ blu:dʒi:nz] Pl.; umg. auch Sg.: f.; , 〉 = Jeans [engl., <blue „blau“ + Jeans] * * * Blue|jeans [ blu:d̮ʒi:ns ], die [engl. blue jeans, aus: blue = blau u. dem Pl. von: jean = Baumwolle, viell. zu älter engl. Jeane, Geane = (aus)… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Blue Jeans — Blue|jeans, (auch:) Blue Jeans [ blu:dʒi:ns; engl.: blu:dʒi:nz] <Pl.> [engl. blue jeans, aus: blue = blau u. dem Pl. von: jean = Baumwolle, viell. zu älter engl. Jeane, Geane = (aus) Genua (das ehemals wichtiger Baumwollausfuhrhafen war)]:… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Gaine — This interesting surname is of Irish origin, and was originally found with the prefix mac , son of, or o , male descendant of. In Irish the name is Geibheannaigh, from Geibheannach meaning the fettered one . Quite what being fettered means is… …   Surnames reference

  • Mac Geaney — This interesting surname is of Irish origin, and was originally found with the prefix mac , son of, or o , male descendant of. In Irish the name is Geibheannaigh, from Geibheannach meaning the fettered one . Quite what being fettered means is… …   Surnames reference