Cosette

Meaning : Victorious People,

Origin : Literature, French,

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Cosette Expression, Cosette Soul Urge, Cosette Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Cosette:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

additional

Additional information Cosette:

additionalFrench Meaning: The name Cosette is a French baby name. In French the meaning of the name Cosette is: Victorious.

additionalFrom French chosette meaning "little thing". This is the nickname of the illegitimate daughter of Fantine in Victor Hugo's novel 'Les Misérables' (1862). Her real name is Euphrasie, though it is seldom used. In the novel young Cosette is the ward of the cruel Thénardiers until she is retrieved by Jean Valjean.

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Definition funny of Cosette:

urbana spazztic, philosophical, sensual, ghettofab female persona. one that is good for a kickass laugh or deep and timeless conversation, so long as the moment consists of quality worthwhile people; one who enjoys abosorbing the culture of others; One who is sometimes dangerously devoted to the people she cares about. Hurt with caution.

urbanOnly you can call me "dirty hooker" and make it sound like a compliment. That's so...Cosette. You blow every girl out of the water.

urbanAn incredibly awesome girl. If you ever meet one in your life its a good idea to start talking to her because she's the most fun you'll ever have. Gets all your nerdy references and is more than capable of whipping up her own. really smart and nice. Has the most beautiful eyes in the world, they're like liquid gold.

urban"Hey this new girl Cosette just showed up in my class" "Really man, awesome! Try to get her number, she's probably awesome!"

urbanA character in Victor Hugo's Les Misérables. Cosette is the illigitimate daughter of Fantine, who had to leave her in the care of the Thénardier family while she worked to support Cosette. Unknown to the illiterate Fantine, the sociopathically cruel Thénardier family abuse the little girl and make false claims about her health so that Fantine will send more money to them. The money is then used for their own expenses and to spoil their own daughters, Eponine and Azelma, while Cosette is treated as a virtual slave... until Fantine's death, when her former boss, Jean Valjean, comes to rescue Cosette, bribing the ruthless Thénardiers to let her go. From there, Jean Valjean and Cosette escape to Paris. Nine years later, at age seventeen, Cosette is a beautiful, well-bred young woman and doted on by Papa Valjean. Trouble begins when she runs into Marius Pontmercy, a young nobleman and student, and they fall in love. Valjean, worried about his discovery by Javert and about his adoptive daughter's safety, tries to thwart the budding love affair until he realizes that she's no longer a little girl and he has to let her go; out of love for her, he saves a wounded Marius from the barricade. She and Marius eventually marry before Valjean dies, leaving his life story to her.

urbanCosette's character is much stronger in the book and the depth of her romance with Marius a major emotional focus while Eponine is a peripheral character, although no less sad and pitiful. Cosette is the peripheral character in the musical, almost one-dimensional while Eponine's presence is much stronger and shares the pathos with Fantine.

urbanA french name . Originated from the play Cosette. Cosette's are beautiful and well spoken.

expression

Expression information Cosette:

expressionfor harmony and balance in their lives, and respond positively to beautiful things.

soul

Soul information Cosette:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.

songs

Songs about Cosette:

songsEvery Day (Marius and Cosette) by Les Misérables: International Cast from the Album Les Misérables: The Complete Symphonic Recording

songsAdopting Cosette by Sarah Kathleen Wickenhauser from the Album P.C.A. Drama's Les Miserables: A New Drama (Original Score)

songsBallade pour Cosette by Chantal Goya from the Album Collector

songsBohemios. Cuarteto y Dúo de Cosette y Roberto by Orquesta Lírica de Barcelona from the Album Clásicos Españoles. Zarzuela

songsBohemios: "Canción Cosette" by Elisa de Franco Amparo Romo from the Album Manuelita Rosas / Bohemios

songsBohemios: Romanza de Cosette by Lolita Torrentó, Marcos Redondo, Pura Gómez, Teresa Sánchez Jerónimo Vilardell from the Album Amadeo Vives: Bohemios (1954)

songsCosette by Such Strange Arts from the Album More Than We Know [Explicit]

books

Books about Cosette:

booksLes Misérables - Tome II - Cosette (French Edition) by Victor Hugo (Sep 29, 2011)

booksmisérables - volume 2 - Cosette, Les (French Edition) by Victor Hugo (Sep 30, 2011)

booksCosette by Victor Hugo (Aug 31, 2012)

booksCaptain Cosette by R. Bruce Sundrud (Aug 29, 2012)

booksLes Miserables: Tome II - Cosette (French Edition) by Victor Hugo (Jan 29, 2013)

booksCosette's Tribe by Leah Griffith (Mar 28, 2012)

booksCosette or the Time of Illusions by Francois Ceresa (Jan 3, 2003)

movies

Movies about Cosette:

moviesCoffret Le theatre de la jeunesse Victor Hugo : Cosette / Jean Valjean / Gavroche -

moviesLe Portrait De Petite Cosette -

moviesLe Portrait De Petite Cosette 2009 G - Runtime: 1 hr 45 mins Directed by: Akiyuki Shinbo

moviesLe théâtre de la jeunesse : Cosette -

moviesLe portrait de Petite Cosette - Collector -

moviesLe portrait de Petite Cosette - Precious Box -

wiki

Wiki information Cosette:

Cosette
Theater Character, Fictional Character, Book Character, Film character

Cosette is a fictional character in the novel Les Misérables by Victor Hugo and in the many adaptations of the story for stage, film, and television. Her given name Euphrasie is only mentioned briefly, and as the orphaned child of an unwed mother...

Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette
Adaptation

Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette is a Japanese anime series by Nippon Animation, and is the first installment in the famed World Masterpiece Theater series in ten years after Remi, Nobody's Girl. It is an adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel, Les...

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