Chace as a boy's name is a variant of Chase (English, Old French), and the meaning of Chace is "huntsman".
- Chas, Chazz, Chayce, Chaz, Chayse.
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Examples of usage for Chace:
The monarch, then just in possession of his crown, was indulging with his courtiers in the pleasures of the chace, and, carried away by the natural impetuosity of his temper, had plunged in pursuit of the deer into the Seine, whose rapid current brought his life into imminent danger; and he accordingly vowed, if he escaped with safety, to erect a monastery upon the spot where he should reach the shore. "Account of a Tour in Normandy, Vol. II. (of 2)" , Dawson Turner.
There was little time for reflection, for he had now reached the top of the stair, and was evidently listening for some clue to guide him on; stealthily and silently, and scarcely drawing breath, I mounted the narrow stairs step by step, but before I had arrived at the landing, he heard the rustle of the bed- clothes, and again gave chace. "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete" , Charles James Lever (1806-1872).
A tapestry of 1908 from the design of The Chace by Heyward Sumner suggests long hours with the Flemish landscapists of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, with a jarring note of Pan dragged in by the ears to huddle under foliage obviously introduced for this purpose. "The Tapestry Book" , Helen Churchill Candee.
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