chanticleer

  • 1 Chanticleer — (French: sing clear ) can refer to: Contents 1 Fiction 2 Arts 3 Sports 4 …

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  • 2 Chanticleer — ist ein professionelles klassisches Vokalensemble aus San Francisco. Das nur aus Männern bestehende Ensemble ist besonders für seine Darbietungen von a cappella Musik der Renaissance und des Früh Barock bekannt, führt aber regelmäßig auch ein… …

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  • 3 Chanticleer — Chan ti*cleer (ch[a^]n t[i^]*kl[=e]r), n. [F. Chanteclair, name of the cock in the Roman du Renart (Reynard the Fox); chanter to chant + clair clear. See {Chant}, and {Clear}.] A cock, so called from the clearness or loudness of his voice in… …

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  • 4 chanticleer — c.1300, from O.Fr. chante cler sing loud (Mod.Fr. Chanteclair), name of the cock in medieval stories of Reynard the Fox; from chanter (see CHANT (Cf. chant)) + cler (see CLEAR (Cf. clear)) …

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  • 5 chanticleer — [chan′ti klir΄] n. [ME chauntecler < OFr chante cler, lit., sing loud; name of rooster in the medieval epic “Reynard the Fox”: see CHANT & CLEAR] a rooster: used as a proper name …

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  • 6 chanticleer — noun a rooster or cock … When I did hearThe motley fool thus moral on the time,My lungs began to crow like chanticleer, … …

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  • 7 chanticleer — noun Etymology: Middle English Chantecleer, rooster in verse narratives, from Old French Chantecler, rooster in the Roman de Renart Date: 14th century rooster …

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  • 8 chanticleer — /chan teuh klear /, n. Now Literary. a rooster: used as a proper name in medieval fables. Also, chantecler /chan teuh klair /. [1250 1300; ME Chauntecler < OF Chantecler n. use of v. phrase chante cler sing clear. See CHANT, CLEAR] * * * …

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  • 9 chanticleer — chan·ti·cleer || ‚tʃæntɪ klɪə n. rooster …

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  • 10 chanticleer — [ tʃα:ntɪˌklɪə] noun literary a name given to a domestic cock, especially in fairy tales. Origin ME: from OFr. Chantecler, the name of the cock in the fable Reynard the Fox, from chanter (see chant) + cler clear …

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  • 11 chanticleer — n. Cock …

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  • 12 chanticleer — chan·ti·cleer …

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  • 13 chanticleer — chan•ti•cleer [[t]ˈtʃæn tɪˌklɪər[/t]] n. a rooster: used as a proper name in medieval fables • Etymology: 1250–1300; ME Chauntecler < OF Chantecler, n. use of v. phrase chante cler sing clear. See chant, clear …

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  • 14 chanticleer — /tʃæntəˈklɪə/ (say chantuh klear), /ʃɒntə / (say shontuh ) noun (a name for the cock, originally in the medieval fable Reynard the Fox.) {Middle English chauntecler, from Old French Chantecler, literally, clear singer, from chante (stem of… …

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  • 15 chanticleer — n. literary a name given to a domestic cock, esp. in fairy tales etc. Etymology: ME f. OF chantecler (as CHANT, CLEAR), a name in Reynard the Fox …

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  • 16 Chanticleer Community Theater — (Chanticleer, Inc.) is a non profit community theatre company serving the Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States, and the surrounding metro area. Since 1963 Chanticleer has been located at [http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?address=830%20Franklin%… …

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  • 17 Chanticleer Garden — Chanticleer Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos (EE. UU.) La casa principal de Chanticleer, the main house …

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  • 18 Chanticleer Garden — Chanticleer U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 19 Chanticleer and the Fox (book) — Chanticleer and the Fox   …

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  • 20 Chanticleer Island — (63°43′S 61°48′W / 63.717°S 61.8°W / 63.717; 61.8) is a nearly snow free island, 1 mile (1.6 km) long, lying off the northwest end of Hoseason Island in the Palmer Archipelago …

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