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Leu·ven

 (lœ′vən)

Leuven

(ˈløːvə)
n
(Placename) the Flemish name for Louvain

Leu•ven

(ˈlœ vən, ˈlu-)
n.
a city in central Belgium. 84,180.
French, Louvain.
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