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From Middle Low German Frankrīke, from Old Saxon *Frankrīki. The name is a compound of Proto-West Germanic *frankō (a Frank) and *rīkī (kingdom).

See also German Frankreich and Dutch Frankrijk. The Low German word has been borrowed into Norwegian Bokmål and Swedish Frankrike. The Old Norse and Icelandic name is Frakkland.


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Frankrig ?

  1. France (a country in Western Europe)

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