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List of group nicknames[edit]

List of nicknamed persons associated with royalty and nobility[edit]

  • Jean-François Joseph Debelle
    • the Apollo of the Army [275]
  • Jeanne Geneviève Fortunée Lormier-Lagrave, Madame Hamelin
    • Fortunée Hamelin
    • Fortunée Lormier-Lagrave
    • la Bele Aide (the Beautiful Ugly Woman) [276]
    • le Plus Grand Polisson de France (the Greatest Prank in France) [277]
    • the Black Belzi [278]
    • the Incredible [277]
    • the Marvellous [277]
  • Jessica Christina Sykes, Lady Sykes

List of persons with the same/similar nicknames[edit]

Jezebel: Catherine de' Medici, Queen of France; Isabelle of France, Queen of England

List of regnal names[edit]

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