Definition of Rallié in English:

Rallié

noun

French History
  • In the French Third Republic: a member of a political grouping of monarchists and imperialists who rallied to support the Republic in response to a Papal encyclical of 1892.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in John Edward Courtney Bodley (1853–1925), writer on France. From French rallié member of a political grouping in the Third Republic, use as noun of past participle of rallier rally.

Pronunciation

Rallié

/ˈralɪeɪ/