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lucerne

noun lu·cerne \lü-ˈsərn\

Definition of LUCERNE

chiefly British
:  alfalfa

Variants of LUCERNE

lu·cerne also lu·cern \lü-ˈsərn\
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Origin of LUCERNE

French luzerne, from Occitan luserno
First Known Use: 1626

Lucerne

geographical name Lu·cerne \lü-ˈsərn\

Definition of LUCERNE

1
canton cen Switzerland area 577 square miles (1494 square kilometers), pop 350,600
2
commune, its , on Lake of Lucerne pop 57,374

Variants of LUCERNE

Lu·cerne or G Lu·zern \lüt-ˈsern\

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