Definition of Orleans in English:

Orleans

Syllabification: Or·le·ans
Pronunciation: /ˈôrlē(ə)nz, ôrˈlē(ə)nz, ôrlāˈäN
 
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The capital city of Centre region in central France, on the Loire River; population 116,256 (2006). In 1429, it was the scene of Joan of Arc’s first victory over the English during the Hundred Years War. French name Orléans.

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