a city in and the capital of Vienne, in W France: Roman ruins; battles a.d. 507, 732, 1356.
a city in SE France, on the Rhone River, S of Lyons: Roman ruins.
a department in W France. 2720 sq. mi. (7045 sq. km).
a city in S central France: capital of the former province of Poitou until 1790; scene of the battle (1356) in which the English under the Black Prince defeated the French; university (1432). Pop: 83 448 (1999)
a department of W central France, in Poitou-Charentes region. Capital: Poitiers. Pop: 402 555 (2003 est). Area: 7044 sq km (2747 sq miles)
a town in SE France, on the River Rhône: extensive Roman remains Ancient name Vienna
a river in SW central France, flowing west and north to the Loire below Chinon. Length: over 350 km (200 miles)
[pwa-too] /pwaˈtu/ noun 1. a region and former province in W France. 2. Gate of, a wide pass near Poitiers. /French pwatu/ noun 1. a former province of W central France, on the Atlantic. Chief town: Poitiers
/French pwatuʃarɑ̃t/ noun 1. a region of W central France, on the Bay of Biscay: mainly low-lying
/ˌpwaˈtrɪːn/ noun 1. a woman’s bosom
noun pepper Word Origin French ‘pepper’