a city in and the capital of Seine-Maritime, in N France, on the Seine: famous cathedral; execution of Joan of Arc 1431.
one of a breed of domestic ducks resembling the wild mallard.
[sen-mah-ree-teem] /sɛn mɑ riˈtim/
a department in NW France. 2449 sq. mi. (6340 sq. km).
a city in N France, on the River Seine: the chief river port of France; became capital of the duchy of Normandy in 912; scene of the burning of Joan of Arc (1431); university (1964). Pop: 106 592 (1999)
a department of N France, in Haute-Normandie region. Capital: Rouen. Pop: 1 237 263 (2003 est). Area: 6342 sq km (2473 sq miles)
noun 1. a shrub, Syringa chinensis, of France, having clusters of fragrant, lilac-purple flowers.
noun 1. a dissolute and licentious man; rake. noun 1. a debauched or lecherous man; rake
noun 1. a combination of condiments and spices, as ginger, thyme, pimiento, and tomatoes, used especially in Creole cookery.
adjective, French. 1. red; noting the red numbers in roulette. noun 1. any of various red cosmetics for coloring the cheeks or lips. 2. a reddish powder, chiefly ferric oxide, used for polishing metal, glass, etc. 3. Canadian football. verb (used with object), rouged, rouging. 4. to color with rouge. verb (used without object), rouged, […]