Monday, April 9, 2012

Medieval Word of the Day

lèse majesté: Literally “injured majesty”; a crime such as treason committed against the king

Go to Google Translate, type lèse majesté under French and click on the little "listen" iconto hear how to pronounce this phrase.

1 comment:

Donna Hatch, historical author said...

I love your medieval words of the day. This one makes me wish I'd kept up with my French.