By the grace of God. Origin: French
Grace Dieu - ship - was created in 1420.
Grace Dieu Priory ended in 1538.
Grace Dieu Manor School was created in 1933.
Henry Grace à Dieu was created in 1514.
Oh, bon Dieu. = Oh, good God.
mon Dieu means 'my God' in French.
Dieu is the French word for God. Saying "Mon Dieu!" is the equivalent of saying "Oh my God!" Dieu also is a Vietnamese name for a girl!
Par la grâce de Dieu
par la grâce de Dieu
"God" in English is Dieu in French.
"Dieu et mon pays" translates to "God and (my) country" in English.
In French "mon Dieu" means "My God", or something along the lines of, oh my god, my god.
Grace a Dieu, je vais bien.
"à-Dieu-va" means literally "to God goes"."à la grâce de Dieu" is also used with the same meaning, although the English "by the grace of God" usually means by divine right, something altogether different."à Dieu va" is an expression you use when you are enterprising a dangerous action with uncertain results or some elements of risk, like before bungee jumping, and you leave the (hopefully happy) results to God's decision. A colloquial translation is "God willing".The expression is usually accompanied by the sign of the cross.
Dieu et mon droit is french for "God and my right", or "God and my privilege".
Dieu means God,but I'm not sure.Try a translator website.
Bon Dieu litterally means "good God", it can be compared to "good grief" or "oh my God"
I think you mean mon dieu and it means my god
God gives me the right (to do this)
"Only God's Love"
My God! (it should be Mon Dieu! - singular)
Dieu est bon en tout temps means 'God is good at all times'
The greatest of all medieval ships, Henry V's the Grace Dieu was a remarkable vessel of a similar size to HMS Victory , although with her towering castles she looked very different. Launched in 1418, she was more than two hundred feet long and had an estimated displacement of 2,750 tons. Her main armament consisted of archers who would fire down on enemy vessels from the imposing forecastle. In addition lumps of irons were hurled onto the ships below. She held the distinction of being the last ship to be built for an English king for fifty years. It means "grace", derived from the Latin gratia.