Definition of Gaucher
1. gauche [adj] - See also: gauche
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaucher
gaucher (current term)
Literary usage of Gaucher
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Germany's Violations of the Laws of War 1914-15 by Ministère Des Affaires Étrangères, France, John Otway Percy Bland (1915)
"31 POLICE REPORT concerning a murder and two outrages committed near La Ferte-gaucher (Seine- et-Marne). September 23, 1914, at 10 o'clock. ..."
2. French Short Stories by Douglas Labaree Buffum (1907)
"C'est l'élixir du Père gaucher, la joie et la santé de notre Provence, me fit le brave homme d'un air 10 triomphant; on le fabrique au couvent des ..."
3. Memoirs of the Queens of France by Annie Forbes Bush (1843)
"... after that occurrence Alice married Matthew de Montmorency, constable of France, by whom she had a daughter, who was united to gaucher de Chatillon. ..."
4. Practice of Medicine by Frederick Tice (1921)
"COLLIER, WA A care of enlarged spleen in a child aged six. Tr. Path. Soc. London, 1895, xlvi, 148. DOWNES, VV. A. Primary splenomegaly of the gaucher type; ..."
5. Memoirs of Marmontel: In Two Volumes by Jean François Marmontel (1903)
"The name of this amiable person was Mademoiselle gaucher, but he gave her the ... The character of Mademoiselle gaucher was unaffectedly expressed in her ..."
6. Systematic Anatomy of the Dicotyledons: A Handbook for Laboratories of Pure by Hans Solereder, Dukinfield Henry Scott (1908)
"According to gaucher, the sheath of large parenchymatous cells with wide lumina, previously recorded in certain species of Euphorbia (in the section dealing ..."