See also: alsace

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin Alsatia, from Old High German ali sazzo (inhabitant of the other) (referring to the opposite bank of the Rhine), from Proto-Germanic *aljaz (other) + *sitjaną (inhabitant, literally sitter).

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  • IPA(key): /ælˈseɪs/, /ælˈsæs/, /ˈæl.seɪs/, /ˈæl.sæs/

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Alsace

  1. A historical region located on the west bank of the upper Rhine, and now part of France, which changed hands between France and Germany several times throughout history. Since 2016 it has been part of the larger region of Grand Est.

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin Alsatia, from Old High German ali sazzo (inhabitant of the other) (referring to the opposite bank of the Rhine), from Proto-Germanic *aljaz (other) + *sitjaną (inhabitant, literally sitter).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /al.zas/
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Alsace f

  1. Alsace (region of France)

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Alsace m (Cyrillic spelling Алсаце)

  1. Alsace
    Synonym: Elzas