Coucy

Coucy, an old noble family of Picardy, who had for device, “Roi ne suis, ne duc, ne comte aussi; je suis le sire de Coucy.” Raoul, a court-poet of the family in the 12th century, lost his life at the siege of Acre in the third crusade.

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

Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce * Coulomb
Cotopaxi
Cotswold Hills
Cotta, Caius
Cotta
Cottian Alps
Cottin, Sophie
Cottle, Joseph
Cotton, Bishop
Cotton, Charles
Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce
Coucy
Coulomb
Councils, Church
Courayes
Courbet
Courbet, Gustave
Courier, Paul Louis
Courland
Court de Gébelin
Courtney, William
Courtois, Jacques

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Coucy in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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