a department in E France. 2075 sq. mi. (5375 sq. km).
a department of E France, in Franche-Comté region. Capital: Vesoul. Pop: 232 283 (2003 est). Area: 5375 sq km (2096 sq miles)
[oht-sa-vwah] /oʊt saˈvwɑ/ noun 1. a department in E France. 1775 sq. mi. (4595 sq. km). Capital: Annecy. /French otsavwa/ noun 1. a department of E France, in Rhône-Alpes region. Capital: Annecy. Pop: 663 810 (2003 est). Area: 4958 sq km (1934 sq miles)
[oht-pee-rey-ney] /oʊt pi reɪˈneɪ/ noun 1. a department in SW France. 1751 sq. mi. (4535 sq. km). Capital: Tarbes. /French otpirene/ noun 1. a department of SW France, in Midi-Pyrénées region. Capital: Tarbes. Pop: 224 053 (2003 est). Area: 4534 sq km (1768 sq miles)
[oht] /oʊt/ adjective 1. high-class or high-toned; fancy: an haute restaurant that attracts a monied crowd. 2. high; elevated; upper. adj. French, literally “high,” fem. of haut (see haught). Haute bourgeoisie “the (French) upper-middle class” is from 1888.
[hoh-tur; French oh-tœr] /hoʊˈtɜr; French oʊˈtœr/ noun 1. haughty manner or spirit; arrogance. /əʊˈtɜː/ noun 1. pride; haughtiness n. 1620s, from French hauteur “haughtiness, arrogance,” literally “height,” from Old French hauture (12c.) “height, loftiness; grandeur, majesty,” from haut (see haught).