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[hailing from or pertaining to the east of France] {adj}ostfranzösisch
oenol. champagne [produced within the Champagne region of France]
Champagner {m}
stocks bourse [stock market in non-English-speaking countries, esp. France]
Börse {f}
EU gastr. cognac [also capitalized; brandy from Cognac, France]
Cognac® {m} [geschützte Herkunftsangabe]
geogr. Argonne [NE France]Argonnen {pl}
ethn. Arlésien [also: Arlesien] [male inhabitant of Arles, France]Arlesier {m}
geogr. Arlésienne [also: Arlesienne] [female inhabitant of Arles, France]Arlesierin {f}
geogr. Arlésiennes [also: Arlesiennes] [female inhabitants of Arles, France]Arlesierinnen {pl}
geogr. Bitche [town in France]Bitsch {n} [Stadt in Frankreich]
geogr. Brest [France]Brest {n} [Frankreich]
archi. constr. chaumière [thatched house often found in Normandy, France]Chaumière {f} [Frankreich]
clochard [in France: a beggar, vagrant]Clochard {m}
hist. Francia [or France]Franzien {n}
pol. Francophobia [hatred of France, its people and culture]Franzosenhass {m}
hist. jongleurs [itinerant minstrels of medieval France]Spielleute {pl}
geogr. Languedoc [region and former province of France]Languedoc {n} [Region und ehemalige französische Provinz]
geogr. relig. travel Lourdes [Catholic pilgrimage site in France]Lourdes {n} [kath. Wallfahrtsort in Frankreich]
geogr. Lys [river in France and Belgium]Leie {f}
hist. martinet [a punitive device traditionally used in France; whip]Martinet {m} [mehrriemige, kleine Peitsche]
hist. Oriflamme [battle standard of the King of France] [also: oriflamme]Oriflamme {f}
geogr. Poitou [region and former province of France]Poitou {n} [Region und historische Provinz Frankreichs]
2 Words: Nouns
hist. pol. free zone [portion of France not occupied by the German army until 1942]unbesetzte Zone {f} [Frankreich]
hist. mil. French campaign [also: Battle of France] [World War II]Frankreichfeldzug {m} [2. WK]
hist. Hugh Capet [King of France 987–996]Hugo Capet {m} [König von Frankreich 987-996]
sports lanterne rouge [red lantern for the last place in the Tour de France]rote Laterne {f} [letzter Platz beim Classement der Tour de France]
sports les Bleus [nickname for the France national football team]les Bleus {pl}
geogr. northern France [also: Northern France]Nordfrankreich {n}
geogr. hist. pol. overseas country [of France]Überseeland {n}
geogr. southern France [also: Southern France]Südfrankreich {n}
geogr. southwestern France [also: Southwestern France]Südwestfrankreich {n}
hist. Third Republic [France, 1870 - 1940]Dritte Republik {f} [Frankreich]
sports tour week [of the Tour de France]Tourneewoche {f} [schweiz.] [bei der Tour de France]
sports Tour winner [Tour de France]Toursieger {m}
hist. pol. Vichy regime [1940–1944] [also: Vichy France]Vichy-Regime {n}
gastr. violet mustard [a purple mustard from France]violetter Senf {m} [Tafelsenf, französische Küche]
sports white jersey [maillot blanc] [Tour de France]Weißes Trikot {n} [das Maillot Blanc] [Tour de France]
pol. yellow jackets [France] [Gilets jaunes]Gelbwesten {pl} [Frankreich]
bike sports yellow jersey [maillot jaune (Tour de France)]Gelbes Trikot {n}
pol. yellow vests [France] [Gilets jaunes]Gelbwesten {pl} [Frankreich]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. Assembly of Notables [pre-revolutionary France]Notabelnversammlung {f} [vorrevolutionäres Frankreich]
hist. Charles the Fair [Charles IV, King of France]Karl {m} der Schöne [Karl IV., König von Frankreich]
hist. Charles the Simple [Charles III of France]Karl {m} der Einfältige [Karl III. von Frankreich]
hist. Charles the Wise [Charles V, King of France]Karl {m} der Weise [Karl V., König von Frankreich]
hist. Joan of Burgundy [Queen consort of France]Johanna {f} von Burgund [Königin von Frankreich]
hist. Joan the Lame [Joan of Burgundy, Queen consort of France]Johanna {f} von Burgund [genannt "die Lahme"; Königin von Frankreich]
hist. John the Good [John II, King of France]Johann {m} der Gute [Johann II., König von Frankreich]
hist. Louis Philippe (I) [King of France, 1830-1848] [also: Louis-Philippe]Ludwig Philipp I. {m}
hist. Louis the Quarreler [Louis X King of France]Ludwig {m} der Zänker
hist. Louis the Stammerer [Louis II of France]Ludwig {m} der Stammler [Ludwig II. von Frankreich]
hist. Philip the Fair [Philip IV of France]Philipp {m} der Schöne [Philipp IV. von Frankreich]
geogr. pol. Republic of France [official name of France]Französische Republik {f} [offizieller Name von Frankreich]
4 Words: Nouns
multi-billion franc debt [Switzerland, France etc.]Milliardenschulden {pl} [in Franken, Francs]
National Gendarmerie Intervention Group <GIGN> [France]Eingreiftruppe {f} der nationalen Gendarmerie <GIGN> [Frankreich]
geogr. pol. Pays de la Loire {sg} [region in France]Pays de la Loire {pl} [Region in Frankreich]
5+ Words: Others
quote I wish that there would not be a peasant so poor in all my realm who would not have a chicken in his pot every Sunday. [attr. to Henry IV of France]Ich wünsche / wünschte, dass sonntags jeder Bauer sein Huhn im Topfe hat. [Heinrich IV. von Frankreich zugeschr.]
in early 18th-century France {adv} [also: in early 18th century France]im Frankreich des frühen 18. Jahrhunderts
quote It is human nature to think wisely and act foolishly. [Anatole France]Es liegt in der menschlichen Natur, vernünftig zu denken und unvernünftig zu handeln.
hist. quote Paris is well worth a Mass. [attributed to Henry IV King of France]Paris ist eine Messe wert. [Heinrich IV., König von Frankreich, zugeschrieben]
quote The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread. [Anatole France]Die großartige »Gleichheit vor dem Gesetz« verbietet den Reichen wie den Armen, unter Brücken zu schlafen, auf den Straßen zu betteln oder Brot zu stehlen.
5+ Words: Nouns
chevalier of the Legion of Honour [Br.] [France]Ritter {m} der Ehrenlegion
National Order of the Legion of Honour [Br.] [France]Ehrenlegion {f} [Frankreich]
hist. mil. War of the First Coalition [1792-1797] [against revolutionary France]Erster Koalitionskrieg {m}
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lit. F Penguin Island [Anatole France]Die Insel der Pinguine
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