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Denis

[den-is] /ˈdɛn ɪs/
noun
1.
a male given name.

Denîs

[den-is; French duh-nee] /ˈdɛn ɪs; French dəˈni/
noun
1.
Saint, died a.d. c280, 1st bishop of Paris: patron saint of France.
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  • Theresa herself never had any explanation to offer of "why she would be that cross wid poor Denis O'Meara."

  • Blaise and Denis were to take the seven o'clock train the following morning.

    Fruitfulness Emile Zola
  • Denis didn't attempt to deny it; probably he was feeling a little tired of the Margerisons to-night.

    The Lee Shore Rose Macaulay
  • And we must deprive you of Denis, for we need his help over a big building affair.

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  • "God and Mary be with you, mother," Denis Donohoe made answer as he took the donkey by the head and led him along the dark road.

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British Dictionary definitions for Denis

Denis

/ˈdɛnɪs; French dəni/
noun
1.
Maurice (mɔris). 1870–1943, French painter and writer on art. One of the leading Nabis, he defined a picture as "essentially a flat surface covered with colours assembled in a certain order"
2.
Saint Denis, Saint Denys, 3rd century ad, first bishop of Paris; patron saint of France. Feast day: Oct 9
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