Tertre may refer to:
- Estienne du Tertre (mid-16th century), a French composer
- Jean-Baptiste Du Tertre (born 1610), French blackfriar and botanist
- Juvigny-le-Tertre, commune in the Manche department in northwestern France
- Le Tertre-Saint-Denis, village and commune in the Yvelines département of northern France
- Place du Tertre, square in XVIIIe arrondissement of Paris
- Saint-Martin-du-Tertre, Val-d'Oise, town and a commune in the Val-d'Oise département, in the French region of Île-de-France
- Saint-Martin-du-Tertre, Yonne, commune in the Yonne département, in the French region of Burgundy
- Saint-Nicolas-du-Tertre, commune in the Morbihan department of Brittany in northwestern France
- Villers-au-Tertre, commune in the Nord department in northern France
- Château du Tertre, winery in the Margaux appellation of the Bordeaux region of France, in the commune of Arsac
Usage examples of "tertre".
Benardy, Berryer, de Berset, Basse, Betting de Lancastel, Blavoyer, Bocher, Boissie, de Botmillan, Bouvatier, le Duc de Broglie, de la Broise, de Bryas, Buffet, Caillet du Tertre, Callet, Camus de la Guibourgere, Canet, de Castillon, de Cazalis, Admiral Cecile, Chambolle, Chamiot, Champannet, Chaper, Chapot, de Charencey, Chasseigne, Chauvin, Chazant, de Chazelles, Chegaray, Comte de Coislin, Colfavru, Colas de la Motte, Coquerel, de Corcelles, Cordier, Corne, Creton, Daguilhon, Pujol, Dahirel, Vicomte Dambray, Marquis de Dampierre, de Brotonne, de Fontaine, de Fontenay, Vicomte de Seze, Desmars, de la Devansaye, Didier, Dieuleveult, Druet-Desvaux, A.
Ainsi Achille voulut que ses cendres fussent melees a celles de Patrocle sous le meme tertre funeraire.
Send them up to the Place du Tertre and tell them to keep an eye on Chez Francis, the bistrot at the corner.
Place du Tertre, sir, and nearly ran into Inspector Lognon, who just had time to jump back into the shadow.
The inspectors who had been going the round from the Place Blanche to the Place du Tertre and from there to the Place Constantin-Pecqueur, had gone home too.
Two--Duport de Tertre, Keeper of the Seals, and Duportail, Minister of War--were creatures of La Fayette, and the first mentioned was notoriously unfriendly to the queen.
Place du Tertre, and with each one thrusting its terrace as far forward as possible, the parasols became like flags: the oranges, the dark blues, and the white and blue stripes.
Place du Tertre they had known when Maigret was starting at the desk in a police-station, certainly, but it was amusing all the same, it was now a coloured fairground, noisy, more aggressive in its vulgarity.
He thought he could hear the voice of the girl in the Place du Tertre who had so desperately wanted to read a love-story into the Boulevard Haussmann case.
Place du Tertre, I asked him if he would like to pose for me, and he came.
This one, off Place du Tertre on the heights of Montmartre, was simple but remarkably pleasant.
Maigret to be far more genuine working-class Montmartre than Place du Tertre, which had become a tourist trap.
He remembered that when he had first discovered Place du Tertre, shortly after his arrival in Paris, one chilly morning in spring sunshine, he had felt that he had been transported into a picture by Utrillo.
English do a deal with the French government to swop the rotten painters that crowd the place du Tertre in Montmartre, along with the sweating tourists, for our bloody pigeons in Trafalgar Square?
The Inspectors who had been going the round from the Place Blanche to the Place du Tertre and from there to the Place Constantin-Pecqueur, had gone home too.