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 Montjoie St. Denis.Montserrat’. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Montrognon (Baron of),
Lord of Bourglastie, Tortebesse, and elsewhere. A huge mass of muscle, who existed only to eat and drink. He was a descendant of Esau on his father’s side, and of Gargantua on his mother’s. He once performed a gigantic feat—he killed six hundred Saracens who happened to get in his way as he was going to dinner. He was bandy-legged, could lift immense weights, had an elastic stomach, and four rows of teeth. In Croquemitaine he is made one of the paladins of Charlemagne, and was one of the four knights sent in search of Croquemitaine and Fear-fortress.   1

 Montjoie St. Denis.Montserrat’. 


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