putois


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putois

(puːˈtwɑː)
n
(Ceramics) a brush to paint pottery
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Trousselard, M., Canini, F., Claverie, D., Cungi, C., Putois, B., & Franck, N.
2.3 Anatole France's "Putois," the last story to be discussed in this section, is somewhat different in form from the rest.
The baptism or reference fixing or grounding of "Putois" having taken place, the PN usage practice is initiated in the course of a private act of communication.
Another interesting aspect of France's story is the description and juxtaposition of the varied and quite different knowledge and belief worlds associated with the name "Putois" for its inventor (the mother), her husband, the children, the great aunt, and the populace at large (opinio communis).