Part of speech: noun

an inhabitant of Normandy

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to Normandy, a former province of northwestern France, or its people.

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Usage examples "norman":

  1. Looking aft as the noble lifeboat emptied herself, the crew saw the two coxswains waist deep in froth, and the head of the Norman post aft was invisible and under water. - "Heroes of the Goodwin Sands", Thomas Stanley Treanor.
  2. Then dropping on to his knees by the library door, he took the small mirror he had borrowed from Miss Norman and, placing it partly beneath the door, carefully examined the reflection by the aid of an electric torch. - "Malcolm Sage, Detective", Herbert George Jenkins.
  3. Now, I do see- and that's why I'm Norman. - "The Grain Of Dust A Novel", David Graham Phillips.