Meaning of NORMAN in English





Nottingham is an ancient city with a Norman castle and an excellent variety of shops, theatre and other modern amenities.

It was begun, probably on the site of a small Norman castle , in the 1430s by Sir William ap Thomas.

This is an imposing structure, somewhat resembling in its frontage on two streets the keep of a Norman castle .

Ignoring them, I made my way to the Norman castle .

In one of them, I could see the broken towers of a Norman castle .

Cardiff Castle A Roman fort chosen as the site for a Norman castle.

Totnes, 7 miles away, is a pretty, busy town with an Elizabethan market and Norman castle .

It cut across the boundary between the two hundreds and was later centred on the Norman castle at Nether Stowey.


It is recognised as one of the finest Norman churches in East Yorkshire.

The Norman church is holding concerts on Friday and Sunday with a parish dance on Saturday.

Combe Sydenham country park has beautiful walks and tasty trout for sale whilst Stogursey boasts a moated ruined castle and Norman church .

The old Norman church was taken down in 1819 and another built on the site.

The remains include parts of an Anglo-Saxon church , a Norman church and a medieval monastery.

The Park has three lochs and the picturesque village of Duddingston with its Norman church .


Aksum had outlasted Jerusalem and Rome, going down in ruin only eighty years before the Norman conquest of Britain.

The situation grew dramatic with the Norman conquest of Sicily.

A church has stood in Lowthorpe from as early as the Norman Conquest .

That, at the Norman Conquest , Anno Christi 1066, the kingdom had somewhat above two millions of people.

The parish boundaries were often indistinct until after the Norman conquest , but there may have been 150 of these by 1066.

He began his survey after the Norman Conquest and continued up to the Elizabethan Age.

His final resting place alongside 19 generations of his family dating back before the Norman conquest .


Crystalizing these feelings was a youthful, pugnacious writer named Norman Mailer .


They still could have posed for Norman Rockwell .

If this is all true, Irvin has turned a Norman Rockwell moment on its head.


Yet until the 1950s most had been managed as coppice since Norman times .

Three interesting features inside are the box pews, the semi-circular altar rail, and the stone lectern dating from Norman times .

It became a royal forest in Norman times , but, after its disafforestation in 1239, some settlement took place.

Founded in 1947, Merrydown maintains a tradition of cider making dating from Norman times .


Aksum had outlasted Jerusalem and Rome, going down in ruin only eighty years before the Norman conquest of Britain.

It has a narrow Norman tower, the battlements of which were added at a later date.

Monreale is the most notable of the Norman monuments in Sicily, situated in the hills above Palermo.

The arch between the nave and the chancel is also Norman with zig-zag ornaments.

The massive pillars of its nave are very reminiscent of the Norman splendours of Durham cathedral.

They still could have posed for Norman Rockwell.

Users can choose to play as themselves or as Norman .

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