Definition of Outremer in English:

Outremer

Syllabification: Ou·tre·mer
Pronunciation: /ˌo͞otrāˈmā
 
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A name applied to the medieval French crusader states, including Armenia, Antioch, Tripoli, and Jerusalem.

Origin

from French outremer (adverb) 'overseas', from outre 'beyond' + mer 'sea'.

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