Perrot


Perrot

Perrot [puh-roh, pe-; French pe-roh] Examples noun

  1. Ni·co·las [nik-uh-luh s; French nee-kaw-lah] /ˈnɪk ə ləs; French ni kɔˈlɑ/, 1644–1717, North American fur trader and explorer in the Great Lakes region, born in France.

Examples from the Web for perrot Historical Examples of perrot

  • Perrot lived about two hundred years too late for his own fame.

    Shakespeare’s Lost Years in London, 1586-1592

    Arthur Acheson

  • My partner was a little man, like Perrot, and very proud of his dancing.

    Legends and Lyrics: First Series

    Adelaide Anne Procter

  • Perrot,” he said, “do you know where Guerin was last evening?

    The Road to Frontenac

    Samuel Merwin

  • Perrot and the two new engagés sat on the edge of the wharf.

    The Road to Frontenac

    Samuel Merwin

  • Ralegh and Perrot were committed by the Council to the Fleet for six days.

    Sir Walter Ralegh

    William Stebbing

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