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Boulogne

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geographical name Bou·logne \bü-ˈlōn, -ˈlȯ-nyə, -ˈlȯin\

Definition of Boulogne

  1. city & port N France on English Channel pop 44,865



Variants of boulogne

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Boulogne–sur–Mer

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Rhymes with boulogne

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