Bonhomme, Jacques

Bonhomme, Jacques, a name of contempt given by the nobility of France to the peasants in the 14th century.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bonheur, Rosa * Boniface
Bonald, Vicomte de
Bonaparte
Bonar, Horatius
Bonaventura, St.
Bonchamp, Charles, Marquis de
Bond, William
Bondu
Bone, Henry
Boner, Ulrich
Bonheur, Rosa
Bonhomme, Jacques
Boniface
Boniface, St.
Bonin`
Bonington, Richard
Bonivard, François de
Bonn
Bonnat, Joseph Leon
Bonner, Edmund
Bonnet, Charles de
Bonnet-piece