Dandin, Perrin

Dandin, Perrin, a simple citizen in the “Pantagruel” of Rabelais, who seats himself judge-wise on the first stump that offers, and passes offhand a sentence in any matter of litigation; a character who figures similarly in a comedy of Racine's, and in a fable of La Fontaine's.

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

Dandin, George * Dan`dolo
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Dana`ides
Danaüs
Danby, Francis
Dance, George
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Dancing Mania
Dancourt, Florent Carton
Dandie Dinmont
Dandin, George
Dandin, Perrin
Dan`dolo
Danegelt
Danelagh
Dangeau, Marquis
D'Angoulême, Duchesse
Dangs, The
Daniel
Daniel, Samuel
Daniell, John Frederick
Daniell, William