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French-English translation for: limerence [state of mind which results from romantic or non romantic feelings typically obsessive for another person]
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Dictionary French English: limerence [state of mind which results from romantic or non romantic feelings typically obsessive for another person]

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psych. limerence {f}limerence [state of mind which results from romantic or non-romantic feelings (typically obsessive) for another person]
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rupture {f} [séparation]breakup [of (romantic) relationship]
tech. jacquemart {m}bell-striker [animated, mechanised figure of a person which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer. Usually part of clocks or clocktowers]
maussade {adj}gloomy [state of mind, weather]
hist. pol. Couronne {f} de ferIron Crown [reliquary and one of the oldest royal insignia of Christendom. A relic from the Kingdom of the Lombards, used for the coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors as Kings of Italy]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de HollandeCounty of Holland [originally a State of the Holy Roman Empire and from 1433 part of the Burgundian Netherlands]
hist. pol. Bulle {f} d'or (de 1356) [aussi : bulle d'or de Nuremberg ou bulle d'or de Metz]Golden Bull of 1356 [a decree which fixed, for a period of more than four hundred years, important aspects of the constitutional structure of the Holy Roman Empire]
hist. Jeanne {f} la Folle [1479-1555] [Jeanne I de Castille]Joanna the Mad [1479-1555] [Joanna I] [Queen of Castile from 1504 and Queen of Aragon from 1516 to 1555. Modern Spain evolved from the union of these two kingdoms]
cuis. escabèche {f}escabeche [generic name for variety of Iberian & Latin American dishes consisting of marinated fish or meat]
méd. rachitique {adj} [personne]rachitic [affected with, suffering from, or characteristic of rickets]
hist. maison {f} PlantagenêtHouse of Plantagenet [a Royal House which originated from the lands of Anjou in France, ruling England between 1154 and 1485]
géogr. hist. duché {m} de BrabantDuchy of Brabant [a State of the Holy Roman Empire established in 1183. Most of the duchy's former territories, are in today's Belgium except for the Dutch province of North Brabant]
hist. pol. traité {m} de Picquigny [1475]Treaty of Picquigny [1 year after the Treaty of London, England & France signed a peace treaty (7-year truce) in 1475 which left France to deal alone with the threat from Duke of Burgundy]
géogr. hist. pol. sérénissime république {f} de VeniseMost Serene Republic of Venice [also: Venetian Republic] [a sovereign maritime republic in parts of present-day northeastern Italy, which existed from 697 until 1797.]
isolement {m} [d'une personne seule ou d'un lieu écarté]isolation [of a lonely person or remote location]
attentionné {adj}thoughtful [of a an act or person: nice, attentive]
cuis. potée {f}potée [soup or stew pork and vegetables, most frequently, cabbage and potatoes of which choucroute is the most characteristic]
pince-sans-rire {m}[person with a deadpan sense of humour or dry wit]
hist. pol. paix {f} des Dames [1529] [aussi : paix de Cambrai]Treaty of Cambrai [also: Ladies' Peace] [negotiated by Louise of Savoy (for King Francis) and Margaret of Austria (for Emperor Charles). Renewed 1526 Treaty of Madrid, removing Burgundy transfer]
passage {m} [transformation]passage [from one phase to another]
hist. Charles {m} III le Simple [879-929]Charles the Simple [879-929] [also: Charles the Straightforward] [ King of West Francia from 898 until 922 and the king of Lotharingia from 911 until 923. A member of the Carolingian dynasty]
géogr. Petites Antilles {f.pl} [aussi : Petites Caraïbes]Lesser Antilles [a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea, most of which are part of an island arc between the Greater Antilles and the continent of South America]
géogr. hist. pol. grand-duché {m} de Berg [1806-1813] [aussi : grand-duché de Clèves et de Berg]Grand Duchy of Berg [1806-1813] [also: Grand Duchy of Berg and Cleves] [satellite state created by Napoleon after victory at Austerlitz for Marshal Murat (his brother-in-law)]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {m} de Wagram [1809]Battle of Wagram [1809] [military engagement which ended in costly but decisive victory for Napoleon's French army against the Austrian army, leading to the breakup of the 5th Coalition]
cuis. tartouillat {f}tartouillat [pastry dessert typically found in Burgundy (lots of fruit and butter)]
hist. pol. Louis {m} XIV [1638-1715] [aussi : Louis le Grand ou le Roi-Soleil]Louis XIV [1638-1715] [also: Louis the Great or the Sun King] [King of France from 1643 until his death]
hist. pol. Frédéric {m} II de Prusse [1712-1786] [aussi : Frédéric le Grand or le vieux Fritz]Frederick II [1712-1786] [also: Frederick the Great or The Old Fritz] [King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786]
visiter (qn./qc.)to visit (sb./sth.) [when a person, a visit to a sick person or prisoner by a doctor or priest, not a social visit]
adm. dr. maître {m} des requêtesMaster of Requests [counsel of the Council of State]
hist. pol. Saint Louis {m} [Louis IX le Prudhomme] [1214-1270]Louis IX [1214-1270] [also known as Saint Louis or Louis the Saint] [King of France 1226-1270 during a medieval golden age in which France reached an economic and political peak]
géogr. hist. pol. constitution {f} de Bayonne [1808] [aussi : Statut de Bayonne ou Charte de Bayonne]Bayonne Constitution [1808] [also: Bayonne Statute or Charter] [approved by Joseph Bonaparte as the intended basis for his rule as king of Spain]
géogr. Daugava {f} [aussi : Dvina occidentale]Daugava [also: Western Dvina] [river which flows from Russia, through Belarus and Latvia]
hist. pol. maison {f} de Valois-Bourgogne [seconde maison de Bourgogne]House of Valois-Burgundy [cadet branch of the House of Valois, ruling the Duchy of Burgundy from 1363 to 1482]
recul {m} [détachement]detachment [of the mind]
changement {m} d'avisreconsideration [change of mind]
hist. pol. Charles {m} IV le Bel [1294-1328] [aussi : Charles de la Marche]Charles IV the Fair [1294-1328] [last king of the direct line of the House of Capet, King of France from 1322 to 1328]
ménagement {m}consideration [for sb., sb.'s feelings etc.]
psych. sci. sociol. nomologie {f}nomology [science of the laws of the mind]
pol. homologue {m}counterpart [person with equivalent rank in another department, country etc.]
archéo. hist. mil. butte {f} de ZuranŽuráň [ancient burial tumulus, site of Napoleon's command HQ for the Battle of Austerlitz (since 2005, extraterritoriality of France)]
pol. homologue {f}counterpart [female person with equivalent rank in another department, country etc.]
journée {f} internationale dédiée à la mémoire des victimes de l'Holocauste [le 27 janvier]International Holocaust Remembrance Day [short for: International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust]
géogr. hist. mil. siège {m} de Calais [1346-7]siege of Calais [part of 100 Years' War. After victory at Crécy, King Edward III of England successfully besieged Calais which remained in English hands until 1558]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} des Deux-RosesWar of the Roses [series of civil wars in England between 1455 and 1487, when the House of Lancaster and the House of York fought for control of the throne of England]
arch. arts relig. retable {m}retable [structure placed on or immediately behind and above the altar or communion table of a church]
hist. pol. traité {m} d'Arras [1435]Treaty of Arras [1435] [diplomatic achievement for France in final years of the 100 Years' War. France & Burgundy were reconciled and from 1435, English rule in France underwent steady decline.]
hist. Philippe {m} le Bon [Philippe III de Bourgogne] [1396-1467]Philip the Good [1396-1467] [Duke of Burgundy 1419 until death. During his reign, the Burgundian State reached the apex of its prosperity and prestige, and became a leading centre of the arts]
hist. la Reconquista {f} [la Reconquête]The Reconquista [period in the history of the Iberian Peninsula between the Battle of Covadonga (718 or 722) and the fall of the Nasrid kingdom of Granada in 1492]
bible relig. apocryphe {adj}apocryphal [of, or pertaining to, the Apocrypha. Of doubtful authenticity]
frisson {m} [tressaillement du corps]shiver [from cold, fever or excitement]
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