Jeannette - translation to german
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Jeannette - translation to german


Jeannette         
Jeannette, female first name
Jeannette      
n. Jeannette, weiblicher Vorname
Joan of Arc         
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  • alt=Miniature of coronation of King Charles the seventh of France
  • alt=Joan in dress facing left in profile, holding banner in her right hand and sheathed sword in her left.
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  • alt=A human figure on horseback, with the horse pointing left. The figure is wearing armor and carrying an orange banner. The horse is white and has red accessories.
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  • alt=Joan seated and looking forward with her furled banner while an angel whispers in her ear. An armored figure with fleur-de-lys banner is blowing a horn in the background.
  • alt=Miniature of Charles the seventh of France.
  • alt=Joan of Arc facing left addressing assessors, scribes. She has soldiers behind her
  • alt=A group of highly detailed and realistic painted plaster statues depicting four men wearing various ecclesiastical garments. They are arranged in a complex composition around a representation of Joan of Arc on a set of stairs.
  • alt=Joan in armor and surcoat being pulled off her horse by soldiers.
  • alt=miniature of Pierre Couchon
  • alt=Joan of Arc on horseback with armor and holding banner being greeted by the people of Orléans.
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  • alt=Joan of Arc on horseback, with sword in right hand
  • alt= Joan in red dress being bound to a stake as a group of men look on
FRENCH FOLK HEROINE AND ROMAN CATHOLIC SAINT (1412-1431)
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Janne D´Arc, (ca. 1412-1431) französische Nationalheldin kanonisierte Heilige

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Jeannette
Jeannette [] ist ein aus dem Französischen stammender weiblicher Vorname. Er ist das Diminutiv zu Jeanne.
Pronunciation examples for Jeannette
1. and Jeannette for really helping
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2. And Jeannette Yu does the lighting.
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3. They were looking for the Jeannette at that point.
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4. So all through 1880 and 1881, the men of the Jeannette
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Examples of use of Jeannette
1. Die Künstlerin Jeannette Rossi ("Fit durch Bauchtanz") aus 77654 Offenburg in Baden–Württemberg will mit ihrer Arbeit dazu beitragen, "Brücken zu schlagen" und "Dialoge zwischen den Bürgern beider großer Religionen über das Medium Orientalischer Bauchtanz anzustoßen und zu fördern". Da können Eugen Drewermann, Horst Eberhard Richter und Gotthold Ephraim Lessing einfach nicht mehr mitbieten.