|village in northern France||Barbizon|
|(also known as Mosel) region in northeastern France; river flowing through through France Luxembourg and Germany; type of dry white wine, German white wine||Moselle|
|(Informal) city in northern California (USA)||Frisco (San Francisco)|
|(Principality of Andorra) republic in the eastern Pyrenees which is under the joint political control of France and Spain||Andorra|
|(Slang) very; extremely (used in Scotland and Northern England as a euphemism for damned)||dooms|
|1 followed by 12 zeros, 1 followed by 18 zeros, large number of something, number equaling one thousand billions, one million millions, one followed by 12 zeros (in the U.S. and France); one followed by 18 zeros (in Great Britain and Germany)||trillion|
|1715 - 1723 in France, 1811 - 1820 in Great Britain||Regency|
|a large prominent constellation of northern hemisphere, Charioteer, constellation in Northern hemisphere||Auriga|
|a section of the Arctic Ocean, situated off the northern coast of Siberian Russia||Laptev Sea|
|a trademark for a bottled mineral water from Evian, France, city in France; French company that process and markets mineral water||Evian|
|a trademark for a sparkling mineral water from France||Perrier|
|a triumphal arch at the end of the Avenue des Champs Elysées in Paris, France, completed in 1835.||Arc de Triomphe|
|Abnaki, American Indian tribe that formerly inhabited northern New England; either of the two languages spoken by the Abenaki Indians, member of N American people, member of the Abenaki Indian tribe||Abenaki|
|adherent of Sikhism, member of a monotheistic religion which combines elements of Hinduism and Islam and was founded in northern India in the 16th century, member of Indian religion, of or pertaining to Sikhism, of or pertaining to a monotheistic relig...||Sikh|
|advocate of protection of environment, advocating protection of the environment, become an environmental advocate, become or make green, color green; piece of grassy public land near or in a village; grassy area, lawn; putting green (Golf), grass-color...||green|
|African village within stockade, cattle pen, native village in South Africa; fenced in area for keeping cattle||kraal|
|aggressive woman, large tall woman; member of a race of female warriors (Greek mythology), mythological warrior, river running through northern Brazil in South America, second longest river in the world, Amazonas River; (Computers) on-line bookstore, I...||Amazon|
|air-to-air missile, punch in boxing, rattlesnake, somebody sneaky, species of rattlesnake that moves across sand by making sideways looping motions with its body (native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States); hard punch made from the side||sidewinder|
|alcoholic beverage, either of two types of cacti that are found in northern Mexico and Texas; alcoholic drink made from the fermented juice of an agave, peyote, see also:tequila||mescal|
|American who is of northern European heritage and belongs to the Protestant Church (considered to be the privileged class in the United States)||WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant)|
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