Poitiers

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Directly from French Poitiers, from Old French Peitiers, from Latin Pictava, Pictavium, Pictavis, from Pictones, the Gaulish tribe inhabiting the region.

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Poitiers

  1. A city in France, capital of the Vienne department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.

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