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francilien {adj}[of / from the Île-de-France region]
Nouns
pol. concert {m} de casseroles [aussi : casserolade][banging of pots and pans - a way of protesting which has a long tradition in France]
hist. mil. compagnie {f} d'ordonnance[first standing army of late medieval and early modern France; forefather of the modern company]
jeux sport bourle {f}[game of bowls traditionally played in Northern France]
cuis. beignets {m.pl} de pommes de terre[potato based dish from eastern country and mountain regions of France]
éduc. agrégation {f}[teacher recruitment examination in France]
caraque {m} [mérid.] [fam.] [péj.][term of abuse in South France for a person of no fixed abode]
géogr. panne {f}[term used in Northern France to describe a depression between two dunes]
éduc. vêt. faluche {f} [coiffe][traditional cap worn by students in France]
géogr. île {f} d'Aix [île du Sud-Ouest de la France]Aix [island] [Napoleon spent his last days in France here in 1815]
cuis. aligot {m}aligot [dish made from cheese blended into mashed potatoes (often with some garlic) that is made in L'Aubrac region in the southern Massif Central of France]
géogr. hist. pol. Berry {m} [aussi : Berri]Berry [former province located in central France, until departments replaced the provinces in 1790]
géogr. hist. Dauphiné {m} [aussi : Dauphiné de Viennois]Dauphiné [also: Dauphiny or Dauphiné of Viennois ] [a former province in southeastern France]
géogr. Outre-Rhin {m} [Allemagne]Germany [as viewed from France: over the Rhine]
géogr. Guadeloupe {f} [un archipel des Caraïbes, formant une région et un département d'outre-mer français]Guadeloupe <.gp> [an archipelago and overseas department and region of France in the Caribbean]
géogr. Martinique {f} [une île française située dans les Caraïbes et département et région d'outre-mer]Martinique <.mq> [an island and an overseas department/region and single territorial collectivity of France]
hist. Neustrie {f} [Royaume de Syagrius]Neustria [Kingdom in north west of today's France]
éduc. collège {m}school [in France: secondary school to age 15]
textile scoubidou {m}scoubidou [material used in knotting craft, which originated in France]
trouvère {m} [troubadour]troubadour [wandering medieval poet in northern France]
géogr. massif {m} des Vosges [aussi : Vosges]Vosges [range of low mountains in Eastern France]
archéo. hist. mil. butte {f} de ZuranŽuráň [ancient burial tumulus, site of Napoleon's command HQ for the Battle of Austerlitz (since 2005, extraterritoriality of France)]
2 Words: Nouns
dr. cour {f} d'assisesassize court [criminal trial court in France, obsolete in UK since 1972]
hist. dynastie {f} capétienneCapet Dynasty [Kings of France]
géogr. hist. pol. République {f} cisalpine [1797-1802]Cisalpine Republic [1797-1802] [sister republic of France in Northern Italy]
dr. sociol. Code {m} noirCode noir [decree passed by King Louis XIV of France in 1685 defining the conditions of slavery in the French colonial empire]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de Crimée [1853-1856]Crimean War [1853-1856] [ Russia lost to an alliance of the Ottoman Empire, France, the United Kingdom and Piedmont-Sardinia]
cuis. gâteau {m} basqueGâteau Basque [traditional dessert from the Northern Basque region of France, typically filled with black cherry jam or pastry cream]
hist. pol. Saint Louis {m} [Louis IX le Prudhomme] [1214-1270]Louis IX [1214-1270] [also known as Saint Louis or Louis the Saint] [King of France 1226-1270 during a medieval golden age in which France reached an economic and political peak]
hist. Louis {m} VIII le Lion [1187-1226]Louis VIII [1187-1226] [nicknamed 'The Lion'] [King of France from 1223 to 1226. He invaded England briefly in 1216]
hist. pol. Louis {m} X [1289-1316] [aussi : Louis le Hutin]Louis X [1289-1316] [King of France 1314-1316] [also: Louis the Quarrelsome, the Headstrong, or the Stubborn]
hist. pol. Louis {m} XIV [1638-1715] [aussi : Louis le Grand ou le Roi-Soleil]Louis XIV [1638-1715] [also: Louis the Great or the Sun King] [King of France from 1643 until his death]
hist. pol. Louis {m} XV [1710-1774] [aussi : Louis le Bien-Aimé]Louis XV [1710-1774] [also: Louis the Beloved] [ King of France 1715 until his death in 1774. His reign included the 7 Years' War when France ceded New France to Britain]
hist. pol. Louis {m} XVI [1754-1793]Louis XVI [1754-1793] [the last King of France from 1774 until he was guillotined and the fall of the monarchy in 1793 during the French Revolution]
pol. Assemblée {f} nationale [en France]Lower Chamber [National Assembly in France; House of Commons in UK]
géogr. France {f} métropolitaine [la Métropole]Metropolitan France [European France]
géogr. Saint-Barthélemy {f} [une île française des petites Antilles et un pays et territoire d'outre-mer]Saint Barthélemy [also: the Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Barthélemy] [an overseas collectivity of France in the Caribbean]
géogr. Saint-Martin {f} [un territoire français situé dans les Caraïbes, dans la partie nord de l'île de Saint-Martin, dans les Antilles, et collectivité d'outre-mer française]Saint Martin [also: the Collectivity of Saint Martin] [an overseas collectivity of France in the West Indies]
estaminet {m}small café [northern France]
géol. muche {f}underground tunnel [hiding place, typically found in Northern France]
pol. Universelle Aragne {f}Universal Spider [nickname for King Louis XI of France]
pol. Sénat {m} [en France]Upper Chamber [senate in France; House of Lords in UK]
pol. Gilets {m.pl} jaunesyellow jackets [France] [Gilets jaunes]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Guinegatte [1479]Battle of Guinegate [in 1479, first battle in what became over 500 years of conflict between France and the Habsburgs, Battle won by the Habsburgs]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Marignan [1515]Battle of Marignano [1515] [Francis I, King of France defeated the Old Swiss Confederacy ending the War of the League of Cambrai]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Nancy [1477]Battle of Nancy [in 1477, the final and decisive battle in the Burgundian Wars. The Duke of Burgundy was defeated and killed by Lorraine and Swiss forces (funded by France)]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} d'Audenarde [1708]Battle of Oudenarde [1708] [also: Battle of Oudenaarde] [great victory for the Grand Alliance over France in the War of the Spanish Succession]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Pavie [1525]Battle of Pavia [1525] [Habsburg victory and capture of Francis I of France]
hist. mil. bataille {f} de Poitiers [1356]Battle of Poitiers [in 1356 was the 2nd major success, after Crécy, by England under Edward, the Black Prince, against France, under King John II, in the 100 Years' War]
hist. mil. pol. bataille de Ramillies {noun} [1706]Battle of Ramillies [1706] [in War of the Spanish Succession, the Grand Alliance defeated France]
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