Definition of Godard
1. Noun. French film maker influenced by surrealism; early work explored the documentary use of film; noted for innovative techniques (born in 1930).
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Literary usage of Godard
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1. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and by John Burke (1838)
"Of this family was Sir John Godard, governor of Louviers in Normandy, 6 HENRY V. (See Bloom- field's Norf.) In the reign of King JOHN we gain the first ..."
2. Men of Mark in Connecticut: Ideals of American Life Told in Biographies and edited by Norris Galpin Osborn (1906)
"He is a descendant of Daniel Godard (or Gozzard) who came from England to Hartford previous to 1646 and Moses Godard who served in the Revolution. ..."
3. Stories of Standard Teaching Pieces: Containing Educational Notes and by Edward Baxter Perry (1910)
"MONG the best modern teaching pieces of excellent musical quality but moderate difficulty are those which Godard has contributed to the students' repertoire ..."
4. Eliza Cook's Journal by Eliza Cook (1850)
"Paul Godard was a young man, of handsome form and mien, of much talent, full of sincerity and enthusiasm ; and with these characteristics was, ..."
5. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...by Thomas Robson by Thomas Robson (1830)
"Godard, [Norf.] The same, with an annulet on the breast of the eagle, sa. ... Godard, gu. a lion ramp. ar. within a bordure of the last, charged with nine ..."
6. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain by Bernard Burke (1862)
"Norfolk. la list of ! place. of Godard. ... IL About this Godard was lord of Dumn, ... The eldest son, JOHN Godard, or Goddard, of Upham, ir.i. father's ..."