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From French Troyes.

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Troyes

  1. The capital of Aube department, France.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin Tricassae, from (Augustobona) Tricassium, named after the Tricasses, a Celtic tribe.

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Troyes ?

  1. Troyes (a city in France)

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  • English: Troyes