'Frédéric' can also refer to...

André Frederic Cournand (1895—1988)

(Arthur Frederic) Basil Williams (1867—1950) historian

Arundel, Lord Frederic Lofty, Earl of

Auguste Frederic Lendy (1826—1889) army officer and military tutor

Augustus Frederic Christopher Kollmann (1756—1829) music theorist

Austin Frederic Harrison (1873—1928) journalist and journal editor

Baron Frédéric d' Erlanger (1868—1943)

Bl Antoine Frédéric Ozanam (1813—1853)

Bouabré, Frédéric-Bruly (b. 1923)

Charles Frédéric Gerhardt (1816—1856)

Charles Frederic Jerram (1882—1969) Royal Marines officer

Charles Frederic Moberly Bell (1847—1911) journalist and newspaper manager

Charles-François-Frédéric de Montmorency-Luxembourg Luxembourg, maréchal-duc de (1702—1764)

Cook, Sir Peter Frederic Chester (b. 1936)

Edmund Frederic Warburg (1908—1966) botanist

Ernest Frederic Witte (1904—1986)

Ferdinand Frédéric Henri Moissan (1852—1907) French chemist

Fort St. Frederic


Frederic Augustus Thesiger (1827—1905) army officer and courtier

Frederic Austin (1872—1952)

Frederic B. Fitch

Frederic Barker (1808—1882) Anglican bishop of Sydney

Frédéric Bazille (1841—1870)

Frederic Beecher Perkins (1828—1899)

Frederic Blagden Malim (1872—1966) headmaster

Frederic Boase (1843—1916) lawyer and biographer

Frédéric Bourdier

Frédéric Bozo


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1 (Delibes: Lakmé). Bar. An English officer, who reminds his friend Gérald of his duty as a soldier. Created (1883) by Mons. Barré.

2 (Thomas: Mignon). Ten. or cont. A young nobleman who falls in love with Philine, an actress with a troupe of strolling players. Created (1866) by Mons. Vois.

Subjects: Opera.

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