Farther south they are Gascons, or Limousins, or Auvergnats, or the like.
There were Gascons and English, knights, squires and archers, all pushing and straining.
On the other hand, the English were not backward in reproaching the Gascons.
Then the Pagans began to be on the move, the Gascons prepared for action.
You are serving the King with these hare-brained Gascons, are you not?
His Gascons held Paris for him, but without money he could not hold them.
There is nothing to be got out of these Gascons; they think only of themselves.
The eight Gascons held back, though their hands were on their daggers.
He subdued the Gascons, and defended Narbonne against the infidels.
There's no confidence to be placed in Gascons; they think only of themselves.