Savoy

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From French Savoy, Savoie, from the Roman name, Late Latin Sapaudia.

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Savoy

  1. (historical) A historical region of western Europe, shared between the modern countries of France, Italy, and Switzerland.

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Savoy (countable and uncountable, plural Savoys)

  1. Savoy cabbage
  2. An Italian noble family, which became the ruling (hereditary) dynasty of Sardinia and later of Italy
  3. A member of the Savoy noble family

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