paysage

noun pay·sage \ˈpāsij, ˌpāēˈzäzh\

Definition of paysage

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of paysage

French, from Middle French, from pays country (from Old French païs, from Late Latin pagensis inhabitant of a district, from Latin pagus district) + -age — more at pagan


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