Gueux

Gueux, “the Beggars,” the name assumed by the nobles and others in the Low Countries in the War of Independence against Philip II. of Spain; being called beggars in reproach by the court party, they adopted the name as well as the dress, wore a fox's tail for a plume and a platter for a brooch.

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

Guest, Edwin * Guiana
Gudrun
Guelderland
Guelphs
Guericke, Otto von
Guerin, Maurice de
Guerin, Pierre
Guernsey
Guerrazzi, Francesco Domenico
Guesclin, Bertrand du
Guest, Edwin
Gueux
Guiana
Guicciardini
Guichard, Karl
Guicowar
Guido Aretinus
Guido Reni
Guienne
Guignes, Joseph de
Guildford
Guildhall

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Gueux in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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