Charlot

A map showing Charlemagne's additions (in light green) to the Frankish Kingdom

Fictionalized form of Charles the Younger (c.

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A map showing Charlemagne's additions (in light green) to the Frankish Kingdom

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Knowledge of French in the European Union and candidate countries

Huon of Bordeaux

Title character of a 13th-century French epic poem with romance elements.

Title character of a 13th-century French epic poem with romance elements.

Knowledge of French in the European Union and candidate countries

The poem tells of Huon, a knight who unwittingly kills Charlot, the son of Emperor Charlemagne.

A map showing Charlemagne's additions (in light green) to the Frankish Kingdom

Charles the Younger

Charles the Younger or Charles of Ingelheim (c.

Charles the Younger or Charles of Ingelheim (c.

A map showing Charlemagne's additions (in light green) to the Frankish Kingdom

In the Matter of France, Charles is fictionalized as Charlot.

Hans Peder Pedersen-Dan's statue of Holger Danske in the casemates at castle Kronborg

Ogier the Dane

Legendary paladin of Charlemagne who appears in many Old French chansons de geste.

Legendary paladin of Charlemagne who appears in many Old French chansons de geste.

Hans Peder Pedersen-Dan's statue of Holger Danske in the casemates at castle Kronborg
Ogier head
How the Fairies Came to See Ogier the Dane by Henry Justice Ford (1921) "And then the sixth fairy, the youngest and the most beautiful of all, who was none other than Morgan le Fay, the Queen of Avalon, caught up the child, and danced about the room in rapturous joy."
Ogier in a 16th-century mural in Skævinge, Denmark
The sleeping Ogier in Helen Stratton's illustration for The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen (1899)
Holger Danske members arresting suspected Danish collaborators during the Liberation of Denmark

Ogier's son is slain by Charlot, son of Charlemagne.

Les Charlots

Les Charlots

Group of French musicians, singers, comedians and film actors, who were popular in the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s.

Group of French musicians, singers, comedians and film actors, who were popular in the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s.

Les Charlots

Charlots is slang for "clowns" or "idiots" rather than being a direct reference to Charlie Chaplin, who was generally called Charlot in France.

Diagram of naming conventions, using John F. Kennedy as an example. "First names" can also be called given names or forenames; "last names" can also be called family names or surnames. This shows a structure typical for English-speaking cultures (and some others). Other cultures use other structures for full names.

Lotte (name)

Female given name.

Female given name.

Diagram of naming conventions, using John F. Kennedy as an example. "First names" can also be called given names or forenames; "last names" can also be called family names or surnames. This shows a structure typical for English-speaking cultures (and some others). Other cultures use other structures for full names.

It is a diminutive of the names Lieselotte and Charlotte, which itself is a female form of the male name Charlot, a diminutive of Charles.