Normandy

Normandy, an ancient province of France, fronting the English Channel, NE. of Brittany; received its name from the Northmen who, under Rollo, established themselves there in the 10th century; was for a long time an appanage of the English crown after the Norman Conquest; after being taken and retaken, was finally lost to England in 1450; it became practically a part of France when it was taken by Philip Augustus in 1204; it is now represented by the five departments Seine-Inférieure, Eure, Orne, Calvados, and Manche.

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

Norman Architecture * Nornas
Nones
Nonjurors
No-Popery Riots
Nordenskiöld, Erik
Nordkyn
Nore, Mutiny at the
Norfolk
Norfolk Island
Norman, Henry
Norman Architecture
Normandy
Nornas
Norrköping
Norroy King of Arms
North, Christopher
North, Frederick, Lord
North Berwick
North Cape
North Carolina
North Sea
North-East

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Normandy in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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