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  • proper n. The land or realm of the Franks
  • proper n. France

Etymologies

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From Middle English Fronc-lond, from Old English Francland ("Land of the Franks, France"), equivalent to Frank +‎ land. Cognate with Icelandic Frakkland ("France").

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