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Definition funny of Preux:
It most literally translates from archaic French as "valiant," and is often combined with the phrase "preux chevalier" which means "valiant knight." It's common usage in the English language may be partially attributed to the author P.G. Wodehouse in his tales of Bertram Wooster, who would have learned to always be preux in his time at Eaton and Oxford.
A true "preux chevalier" will always defend the honor of a lady.
Songs about Preux:
Ay at lhif! (Ô gens preux!) by Majid Soula from the Album Samia (Samya)
Conversation entre Satie et Saint-Preux by Victor Maxence from the Album Maxence: Sonate en la majeur
Don Sanche (The Castle of Love), S476/R13: Part II: Recitative: Honte des preux, d'ou (You disgrace to all knights... by Gerard Garino from the Album Liszt: Don Sanche, S476/R13
Dr. Gerard St Preux by Jesler from the Album Wounouwounou
French Nocturne (Monchy-Le-Preux) by J. Stephen Jorge from the Album C.S. Lewis' Spirits In Bondage On Roosevelt Island
Le Preux Chevalier: "Culpe purgator veteris, Dies salutis oritur" by Emmanuel Bonnardot and Ensemble Obsidienne Denis Lavant from the Album Guingamor le chevalier aux sortilèges
Le preux, Op. 17, "Etude de concert": Le preux (Etude de Concert), Op. 17 by Laurent Martin from the Album Alkan: Etudes, Opp. 12 And 76
Books about Preux:
Preux: Webster's Timeline History, 1487 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 18, 2010)
Monchy Le Preux: Arras (Battleground Europe) by Colin Fox (Jul 1, 2000)
Preux chevaliers Color
Preux (Monique) v. Immigration and Naturalization Service U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting... by Joe A Cannon and ROBERT H BORK (Oct 30, 2011)
The sentimental sailor: Or St. Preux to Eloisa by Thomas Mercer (Jan 1, 1772)
Le Soleil des Preux (Les Amants de la Lumière t. 3) (French Edition) by Bertrand BORIE (Aug 10, 2013)
La Dame et le Preux
Wiki information Preux:
Saint-Preux is a French composer of contemporary classical music which also combines elements from popular music and electronic music. His real name is Christian Saint-Preux Langlade.
Ovince St. Preux is a Haitian-American mixed martial artist who competes in the Light Heavyweight division for the UFC. He was well known for competing in the now-defunct Strikeforce promotion, going 6–1 under that banner, in addition to competing...