Rhineland

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From the German Rheinland, equivalent to English Rhine +‎ -land.

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Rhineland

  1. (usually with the definite article) An area on both sides of the river Rhine, in the west of Germany. Roughly equivalent to the former Prussian Rhine Province, now the greater part of Rhineland-Palatinate plus the south-western half of North Rhine-Westphalia.
  2. (uncommon) All of Germany's territories on the Rhine.
  3. A village in Missouri, United States.

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