Ribaud


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RIBAUD. A rogue; a vagrant. It is not used.

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They budget for a few larger shows, like Carlyle's, for which they paid "more than double," Ribaud said.
Yakoub-Agha I, de La Salmoniere P, Ribaud P, Sutton L, Wattel E, Kuentz M, Jouet JP, Marit G, Milpied N, Deconinck E, Gratecos N, Leporrier M, Chabbert I, Caillot D, Damaj G, Dauriac C, Dreyfus F, Francois S, Molina L, Tanguy ML, Chevret S, Gluckman E.
En 1859 Broca junto con Follin Realizaron--de manera exitosa--una intervencion quirurgica utilizando anestesia hipnotica, este tipo de anestesia habia sido usada con exito por otros medicos como Cloquet, Dudet, Loysel, Ribaud y Kiaro.
The sense of 'obscene' for baude in this second quotation is guaranteed by 'fole ribaude', the whole semantic atmosphere surrounding the word-family of ribaud in both insular and continental medieval French being one of debauchery and rascality.
Apparently in the year 1239, a priest named Ribaud was 'hung, drawn and quartered.
I tried to get a sense of Ribaud as the illiterate yet wise person, but, with the exception of the moving d for th, his speech is not written as dialect.
AFFILIATIONS: Bousquet--Laboratoire de L'Atmosphere et des Cyclones, UMR 8105, Saint-Denis, France; Berne and Grazioli-- Environmental Remote Sensing Laboratory, Ecole Polytechnique FEdErale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland; Delanoe and Besson--LATMOS, UMR 8190, Guyancourt, France; Dufournet-- Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands; Gourley, Jorgensen, and Kirstetter--NOAA/NSSL, Norman, Oklahoma; Van-Baelen, Schwarzenboeck, and Zwiebel--LaMP, UMR 6016, Clermont Ferrand, France; Augros, Caumont, Ribaud, Beck, and Ducrocq--CNRM-GAME, UMR 3589, Toulouse, France; Boudevillain and Delrieu--LTHE, UMR 5564, Grenoble, France; Defer--LERMA, Paris, France; Scipion--Radio Observatorio de Jicamarca, Instituto Geofisico del Peru, Lima, Peru
11) The extended 'family' of ribaud, as noun and adjective, with the nouns ribaudaille, ribaudel, ribaudie, ribaudrie and the verb ribauder, are all attested in Anglo-French, although with the basic 'rascally' sense rather than the modern 'scurrilous, irreverent' one.
Second Thursday Artwalk, featuring work by Claire Ribaud, Diane Etzwiler, Janine Smith and Kay King, 6 p.
It's been a heckuva lot of fun," Claire Ribaud, library youth services manager, said.