Vosges

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Etymology[edit]

From French Vosges, from Latin Vosagō, Vosegō, Vogesus, from Vosegus, name of a Celtic god, from Proto-Celtic *uɸo- (sub-, under) and *segos (force, victory) (compare Middle Irish seg (strength), Welsh (bold, brave), and the place name Segovia).

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Vosges pl

  1. a low mountain range in Eastern France

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