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París ?

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)

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París m

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)

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París m

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)

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París

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)

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París f (genitive Parísar)

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)
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París m (genitive Parísar)

  1. (Greek mythology) Paris
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París m

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)

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From Old French Paris, from Late Latin name of an earlier settlement, Lutetia Parisiorum "Lutetia of the Parisii", from Latin Parisiī, a Gaulish tribe, from Proto-Celtic *par (boat).

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París

  1. Paris (the capital and largest city of France)
  2. Paris (a department of France)
  3. the letter P in the Spanish spelling alphabet

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  • Paris (Paris (Trojan prince))

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