Bouts


Bouts
Recorded in over eighty different spellings throughout Europe, this surname is of pre 7th century Olde French origins. It originates from the word "baud" meaning "joyful", was given probably as a nickname for a "lusty and swaggering youth". There is some confusion with the German and Anglo-Saxon "Baldo", a personal name which means "bold". It can be argued that the meanings are essentially the same, and it is likely that in most countries of Europe it is not possible to isolate the precise origins. This type of name which typifies power or strength was very popular in the time after the collapse of the Roman Empire in the 5th century a.d., and the coming of the great Frankisk empire under Charlemagne in the 9th century. Herditary surnames were first established in England in the 12th century, and thereafter throughout the western world they gradually gained acceptance over the next seven centuries. The earliest examples of all such names were recorded in England and amongst the first examples are those of Henry Le Bolde in the county of Sussex in 1327, William Boulde of Yorkshire in 1428, and in Germany Franz Baude of Drachenburg in 1636. The first known recording of the surname in any spelling anywhere in the world, is believed to be that of Simon le Baud, in the rolls of the county of Northampton, England in the year 1219. This was during the reign of King Henry 111 of England, 1216 - 1272.

Surnames reference. 2013.

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  • BOUTS (D.) — BOUTS DIERIC ou THIERRY (1415 env. 1475) Dans les écrits du XVIe siècle, on l’appelle «Dirick de Haarlem», dans d’autres «Dieric de Louvain». Il s’agit en fait d’un seul et même personnage dont le nom véritable est Dieric Bouts. Né à Haarlem, il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bouts — ist der Familienname folgender Künstler: Aelbert Bouts (1451/54–1549), niederländischer Maler Dierick Bouts der Ältere (1410/20–1475), niederländischer Maler Dierick Bouts der Jüngere (1448–1491), niederländischer Maler Jan Bouts (um 1478–1531),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bouts — is the name of *Aelbrecht Bouts (c. 1452 1549), An early Netherlandish painter, son of Dirk *Dirk Bouts, An early Netherlandish painter, father of Aelbrecht …   Wikipedia

  • Bouts — (spr. bauts), Dierick, niederländ. Maler, geb. um 1410–20 in Haarlem, gest. 6. Mai 1475 in Löwen, bildete sich nach Albert von Ouwater und Roger van der Weyden in Löwen, wo er schon vor 1448 tätig war. Sein erstes bekanntes Werk, der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bouts — (spr. bauts), Dirk, niederländ. Maler, geb. um 1410, gest. 1475 in Löwen; Hauptwerk: Sakramentsaltar für St. Peter zu Löwen (1467, Abendmahl noch dort, Flügel in Berlin und München); ferner Martyrien von Heiligen und die Tiburtinische Sibylle …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bouts — Bouts, Dirk o Dierick …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Bouts — (Dierick ou Thierry) (v. 1415 1475) peintre hollandais, influencé par Van der Weyden …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bouts —   [bɔu̯ts], Dieric, niederländischer Maler, * Haarlem zwischen 1410 und 1420, ✝ Löwen 6. 5. 1475; seit etwa 1445 48 in Löwen tätig, wo er 1457 zum ersten Mal nachweisbar ist. In seinen frühen Werken ahmte er die Kompositionsweise R. van der… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • bouts-ri — bouts ri·més; …   English syllables

  • bouts — then·a·bouts; …   English syllables


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