See also: vienne

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Vienne

  1. A department of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France.
  2. A river in southwest France.
  3. A city in the Isère department, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France.

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Of disputed origin. Perhaps from the Roman name, Latin Vindobona,[1] or possibly from a Celtic word *Veduna (forest stream), which would justify the phonetic evolution into the modern french form. Compare Proto-Celtic *widus (woodland).[2]

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /vjɛn/
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  • Rhymes: -ɛn

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Vienne f

  1. Vienna (the capital city and state of Austria)
  2. Vienne (a department of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France)
  3. Vienne (a left tributary of the Loire, in southwest France)
  4. Vienne (a city in the Isère department, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France)

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  • Persian: ⁧وین(viyan)

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References edit

  1. ^ Natascha Scott-Stokes, Rainer Eisenschmid: Vienna, p. 23
  2. ^ Peter Csendes: Das Werden Wiens – Die siedlungsgeschichtlichen Grundlagen, in: id. and F. Oppl (edd.): Wien – Geschichte einer Stadt von den Anfängen zur Ersten Türkenbelagerung. Böhlau, Vienna 2001, pp. 55–94, here p. 57; Peter Pleyel: Das römische Österreich. Pichler, Vienna 2002, →ISBN, p. 83; Martin Mosser and Karin Fischer-Ausserer (edd.): Judenplatz. Die Kasernen des römischen Legionslagers. (= Wien Archäologisch. Band 5). Museen der Stadt Wien – Stadtarchäologie, Vienna 2008, p. 11.