Quentin

Quentin (Latin Quintinus, from Quintus) is a Latin-derived male (and occasionally, female) given name meaning "the fifth".

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Claude Bendier
1677) was a doctor of the Sorbonne, canon of Saint-Quentin, Aisne, and a well-known French bibliophile ... Born in Saint-Quentin in an unknown year, he always remained strongly attached to his native city, to which he bequeathed his 3000 volume library on the condition that it be open to the public ... Quentin was read in many primary schools during the Restoration and the early reign of Louis-Philippe ...
San Quentin (disambiguation)
... San Quentin refers to Saint Quentin ... San Quentin may also refer to ...
Quentin - Other
... HMS Quentin (G78), a Second World War destroyer Quentin, Pennsylvania, a census-designated place ...
Loitering With Intent - Plot Introduction
... She manages to secure a job working for Sir Quentin Oliver as secretary for the 'Autobiographical Association', whose eccentric members are seeking to write their ... valuable source material for her novel whilst growing increasingly suspicious that Sir Quentin may be blackmailing the association's members ... Sir Quentin meanwhile discovers Fleur's novel-in-progress and seeks to suppress it as it reveals his evil plans ...
St. Quentin (Pontormo)
... Quentin is a painting attributed to the Italian Renaissance master Jacopo Pontormo ... Quentin Pontormo decided to collaborate on the work, at the extent that he finished to complete most of it ... Quentin's body is directly inspired to Jacopo da Varagine's Legenda Aurea ...

Famous quotes containing the word quentin:

    Let’s go somewhere where we can be alone. Ah, there doesn’t seem to be anyone on this couch.
    Irving Brecher, U.S. screenwriter, and Edward Buzzell. S. Quentin Quale (Groucho Marx)