Definition of Limoges in English:

Limoges

Line breaks: Li|moges
Pronunciation: /lɪˈməʊʒ
 
, limɔʒ/
A city in west central France, the capital of Limousin; population 139,026 (2006). Famous in the late Middle Ages for enamel work, it has been noted since the 18th century for the production of porcelain.

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