Brèche-de-Roland

Brèche-de-Roland, a gorge in the dep. of the Haute-Pyrénées, which, according to tradition, Charlemagne's Paladin of the name of Roland cleft with one stroke of his sword when he was beset by the Gascons.

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

Bréal, Michel * Brechin
Bravest of the Brave
Braxy
Bray
Brazen Age
Brazil
Brazil-wood
Brazza
Brazza, Pierre Savorgnan de
Breadfruit-tree
Bréal, Michel
Brèche-de-Roland
Brechin
Breda
Breeches Bible
Breeches Review
Brégnet
Brehm, Alfred Edmund
Brehon Laws
Bremen
Bremer, Fredrika
Bremer, Sir James

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Brèche-de-Roland in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable