Seine

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French Seine

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Seine

  1. A river of northern France that flows through Paris for about 772 km (480 mi) to the English Channel near Le Havre.
  2. A former department of France, the capital city of which was Paris.

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Etymology[edit]

Latin Sequana, from a Celtic deity who descended from the Proto-Indo-European pantheon.

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la Seine f

  1. the Seine

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In French, the river Seine is known as a fleuve, not a rivière.