Synonyms for mourir or Related words with mourir

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Examples of "mourir"
1960 : Blood and Roses (a.k.a. To Die with Pleasure and Et mourir de plaisir in French)
He has also published two novels, "Smiley" (1998) and "La Semaine prochaine, je veux mourir" (2000).
On stage, he has appeared in productions of Fanny Britt's "Mourir" and Michel Garneau's "Les neiges".
Mieux vaut mal vivre que mourir is a 2006 documentary film.
After Dalida's death, the song "Mourir sur scène" took a huge meaning and became one of her most legendary songs.
Jules Dassin's film "He Who Must Die" ("Celui qui doit mourir", 1957) is based on the novel.
A medal struck at Matthew Boulton's Soho Mint, as tokens of exchange for the Paris firm of Monneron Freres, 1791–92, has on its obverse the motto "Vivre libres ou mourir" ("Live free or die" in French). A mention of "vivre libre ou mourir" occurs in 1754 "Memoires" by Chalopin.
Yvetot’s entry in the Dictionnaire des idées reçues by Gustave Flaubert, reads: "YVETOT: Voir Yvetot et mourir ! (See Yvetot and die) (cf. Naples and Seville)".
Merchet notably authored a biography of Caroline Aigle, the first French female fighter pilote, and "Mourir pour l'Afghanistan", a book on the Afghanistan War.
Bonus tracks on album are English versions of "Le Dernier Des Travaux D'Hercules", "La Hargne Des Tordus", "Mourir Pour Une Princesse" and "Marchand D'Hommes"
Collange serves on the honorary committee of the Association pour le droit de mourir dans la dignité, a pro-euthanasia organization.
About this time he uttered his famous epitaph: "J'espère mourir un religieux pénitent et un libéral impénitent." ("I wish to die a penitent religious and unrepenitent liberal.")
The Alliage version of "Je l'aime à mourir" had relative chart success peaking at #30 in France and #39 in Belgium's francophone chart.
In 2011, she wrote a song and featured in the animated short film "Mourir Auprès De Toi", which was co-written and directed by Spike Jonze.
When Morvan and Munuera took over as Spirou creative team, Zantafio returned in their second issue, "L'homme qui ne voulait pas mourir" (2005).
Songwriters composed songs for María, including "María de Todas las Marías" by Juan Gabriel and Je l'aime à mourir by Francis Cabrel.
"Je l'aime à mourir" () is a French-language song written by Francis Cabrel. It is taken from his second album "Les Chemins de traverse" released in 1979 that sold over 600,000 copies in France. The single "Je l'aime à mourir" became a hit single for Francis Cabrel in France, Quebec (Canada), Europe and internationally. This song was written for Mexican legendary movie star María Félix.
Anne Claire Poirier O.C. (born 6 June 1932) is a Canadian film producer, director and screenwriter. She is one of the most important female filmmakers in Canadian history; her documentary film "De mère en fille" (1968) is the first feature film ever directed by a French-Canadian woman. Her film "Mourir à tue-tête" competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival. "Mourir à tue-tête" remains Poirier's best known film.
Undaunted, she continued to deliver success after success: namely "Laissez-moi danser", "Besame Mucho", "A ma manière", a cover version of Édith Piaf's "La vie en rose", "Born to sing"/"Mourir sur scène", amongst others.
Stark may not have been the original author of the phrase. "Vivre Libre ou Mourir" ("Live free or die") was a popular motto of the French Revolution, which the politician Antoine Barnave had engraved on his buttons.