biographical name see Denis

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Denys — may refer to: People with the given name Denys: Denys Andriyenko (born 1980), Ukrainian footballer Denys Arcand (born 1941), Canadian film director, screenwriter and producer Denys Baptiste (born 1969), jazz musician Denys Bouliane (born 1955),… …   Wikipedia

  • Denys —     Denys the Carthusian     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Denys the Carthusian     (DENYS VAN LEEUWEN, also LEUW or LIEUWE).     Born in 1402 in that part of the Belgian province of Limburg which was formerly comprised in the county of Hesbaye; died …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Denys — [də nē′] Saint see DENIS2 Saint …   English World dictionary

  • Denys — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Denis. Dionysios ou Dionysius, souvent francisé en Denys (du grec ancien Διονύσιος / Dionýsios) est un prénom …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Denys — Denis ou Denys (saint) évangélisateur des Gaules, premier évêque de Paris (v. 250). Il fut martyrisé …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Denys — This famous surname recorded in almost every European country since the late Middle Ages, and in such forms as Dennis, Dionis, and Denes, with patronymics Addionisio, Denisov, and Dzeniskevich, is of pre Christian, Ancient Greek origins. It… …   Surnames reference

  • Denys — /den is/; Fr. /deuh nee /, n. Saint. See Denîs, Saint. * * * …   Universalium

  • Denys — noun an alternative spelling of Denis …   Wiktionary

  • Denys — Joseph, Belgian bacteriologist, 1857–1932. See D. Leclef phenomenon …   Medical dictionary

  • Denys — ältere französiche Form von → Denis …   Deutsch namen

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