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From German Prag or Czech Praha. Earlier origin is contested; compare Czech pražiti ((land cleared by) burning) or práh (threshold).

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  • IPA(key): /pɹɑːɡ/
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    • Rhymes: -ɑːɡ
  • (archaic (in use until the early 20th c.)) IPA(key): /pɹeɪ̯ɡ/[1]

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Prague

  1. The capital city of the Czech Republic; former capital of Czechoslovakia; former capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia.
  2. (metonymically) The Czech government.

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  1. ^ Thomas Baldwin. (1851). A Vocabulary of Geographical Pronunciation, p. 37; William S. Walsh. (1890). "Books and Literature" in The Illustrated American, Vol. 4, p. 370.
2. Douglas Harper (2001–2024), “Prague”, in Online Etymology Dictionary.

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Prague f

  1. Prague (the capital city of the Czech Republic)

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