Definition funny of Bocage:

urbanit is a latin word meaning in a small forest or green floral or of the land a common french or creo last name usually common among swamps

urbanDid you know mr. Bocage 's name means in a small forest


Songs about Bocage:

songsAir "Oiseaux De Ces Bocages" by Cassandre Berthon from the Album Les Musiques De Louis XIV Vol.2: Du Ballet À L'opéra

songsAir "Oiseaux de ces bocages" by Cassandre Berthon from the Album Coffret Musiques à Versailles

songsAir Oiseaux de ces bocages H456 by Ensemble Amarillis from the Album Charpentier & Molière (Homage Pastoral au Roi Soleil)

songsArianne: Recitative: Sous les arbres epais d'un paisibile bocage by Agnes Mellon from the Album Courbois: Arianne / Collin De Blamont: Circe / Clerambault: Leandre Et Hero / Medee

songsAvant deux du bocage by Auguste Billaud François Jobard from the Album France de l'ouest (1956-2006) (Une anthologie des musiques traditionnelles)

songsBocage by Carango from the Album Almond

songsBocage Warfare by Bruno Alexiu from the Album 6 Juin 1944 - La lumière de l'aube (Musique du film documentaire de Jean-Christophe Rosé)


Books about Bocage:

booksDeadly Words: Witchcraft in the Bocage by Jeanne Favret-Saada and Catherine Cullen (Jan 31, 1981)

books7TH ARMOURED DIVISION AT VILLERS BOCAGE: 13th June 1944 (Visual Battle Guide) by David Porter (May 2012)

books1 SS PANZER CORPS AT VILLERS-BOCAGE: 13 July 1944 (Visual Battle Guide) by David Porter (May 2012)

booksA Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe in 1817 With Notes Taken During a Tour Through Le Perche, Normandy, Bretagne... by W.D. Fellowes (Mar 30, 2011)

books"Bocage" and Other Sonnets by William Baer (Oct 29, 2008)

booksFighting In Normandy: The German Army from D-Day to Villers-Bocage by David Isby (Feb 23, 2002)

booksVillers-Bocage: Au coeur de la bataille (French Edition) by Frédéric Deprun and Yann Jouault (Dec 19, 2014)


Movies about Bocage:

moviesNormandie, pays de bocage -

moviesAu rythme du Bocage -


Wiki information Bocage:


Bocage is a Norman word which has entered both the French and English languages. It may refer to a small forest, a decorative element of leaves, a terrain of mixed woodland and pasture, or a type of rubble-work, comparable with the English use of...

José Vicente Barbosa du Bocage
Politician, Person, Deceased Person

José Vicente Barbosa du Bocage was a Portuguese zoologist and politician. He was the curator of Zoology at the Museu Nacional de Lisboa in Lisbon. He published numerous works on mammals, birds, and fishes. In the 1880s he became the Minister of the...