a river in France, flowing NW and W into the Atlantic: the longest river in France. 625 miles (1005 km) long.
a department in central France. 1853 sq. mi. (4800 sq. km).
a department of E central France, in Rhône-Alpes region. Capital: St Étienne. Pop: 726 613 (2003 est). Area: 4799 sq km (1872 sq miles)
a river in France, rising in the Massif Central and flowing north and west in a wide curve to the Bay of Biscay: the longest river in France. Its valley is famous for its wines and châteaux. Length: 1020 km (634 miles) Ancient name Liger
[lwar-at-lahn-teek] /lwar at lɑ̃ˈtik/ noun 1. a department in NW France. 2695 sq. mi. (6980 sq. km). Capital: Nantes. /French lwaratlɑ̃tik/ noun 1. a department of W France, in Pays de la Loire region. Capital: Nantes. Pop: 1 174 120 (2003 est). Area: 6980 sq km (2722 sq miles)
[lwa-re] /lwaˈrɛ/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2630 sq. mi. (6810 sq. km). Capital: Orléans. /French lwarɛ/ noun 1. a department of central France, in Centre region. Capital: Orléans. Pop: 629 377 (2003 est). Area: 6812 sq km (2657 sq miles)
[lwa-rey-sher] /lwa reɪˈʃɛr/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2479 sq. mi. (6420 sq. km). Capital: Blois. /French lwareʃɛr/ noun 1. a department of N central France, in Centre region. Capital: Blois. Pop: 318 853 (2003 est). Area: 6422 sq km (2505 sq miles)
[loh-is] /ˈloʊ ɪs/ noun 1. a female given name. the maternal grandmother of Timothy. She is commended by Paul for her faith (2 Tim. 1:5).