Perpignan

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Per·pi·gnan

 (pĕr-pē-nyäN′)
A city of southern France near the Spanish border and the Mediterranean Sea. Probably founded in the 10th century, it was under Spanish control after the 12th century and became part of France in 1659.
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Perpignan

(French pɛrpiɲɑ̃)
n
(Placename) a town in S France: historic capital of Roussillon. Pop: 117 500 (2006)
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Per•pi•gnan

(pɛr piˈnyɑ̃)

n.
a city in S France. 113,646.
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Translations

Perpignan

[ˈpɜːpiːnjɒn] NPerpiñán m
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