the shortest name for a town in France is Y.
Y is a village in Picardy, Northern France.
'The Hexagon' is another name for France. It refers to the shape of the country. So all mainland French cities are in the Hexagon.
"la République Française", short form: la France
The name Sasha is Russian, not French, and it's short for Alexander.
It is called the Eastlands.
In 2012, the name the most given was Nathan
The name Lily is most commonly short for Lilian
Dublin, from dubh-linn.
The Capital of the 21st Century.
London is the largest and Ely the smallest.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki :D
Bonnie is most often just a name. Not short for anything. Just Bonnie. That's my name and people ask me that question all the time. My Grandmother's name was Bonnie. It was short for Bonnelyn.
The Alps and the Pyrenees are the two most famous mountain ranges in France.
Adam Young from the band Owl Citys middle name is Randall.
Napoleon Bonaparte was the King of France, and later declared Emperor of France. He was one of the most famous rulers of France.
Eurotunnel. But it's referred to as the "Chunnel", short for Channel Tunnel.
It is Krung thep mahanakhon bovorn ratanakosin mahintharayutthaya mahadilok pop noparatratchathani burirom udomratchanivetmahasathan amornpiman avatarnsathit sakkathattiyavisnukarmprasit. It is what used to be Bangkok, Thailand.
the largest museum in France, and the most visited in the world, is named 'Le Louvre'
the cities that are called metro citys are the one with metro in their name
It is a girls name most of the time short for Jillian.
El, short for "elevated railroad" -- Chicago's is the most famous example.
No, there were several Louis after Louis XIV (14th). The final one was Louis XVIII who was king of France from 1814 to 1824 with a short gap in 1815 for Napoleon
High-speed train; 'Train Grande Vitesse' or, TGV for short
Francium is radioactive, extremely rare, and was discovered in France (hence the name). It is pretty much useless because of its short half-life and rarity.
it could be. but most time Jackie is short for Jacqueline, which is a girls name.
my middle name is lee which can also be a first name 3 letters =)
The name "Surdel" most probably comes from France, then it travelled via (Italy and) Germany to Poland. It means a deaf woman. You can still find that name in France as "Surdel" or "Sourdel".
France has many rivers, but the most popular river is the 482 mile long Seine River.
The official name was the "French State" (Etat francais), however it is commonly called "Vichy France", after the city of Vichy, which was the capital of the short-lived state.
France is English for française. For example, the official name of France in french is République française. France is a French first name, not really a family name.
France Castel's birth name is France Bgin.
place called basque in between spain and france, its a short version of jaureguizar that means old palace.
Most likely Dustin. Could be a middle name and that's what he goes by instead.
The most famous museum in France is "Le Louvre". Le musÃ©e du Louvre (full name) is the most visited museum in the world.
france received its name from.... Gaul! (:
France Anglade's birth name is Marie-France Anglade.
France Nuyen's birth name is Vannga, France Nguyen.
Pop hence the name.... Pop is short for Popular
The official name of France is Republique Francaise.
"Abby" can be a name on its own, or a nickname for anything beginning with "Ab." The most common, however, is "Abigail."
The Tour de France. Lance Armstrong won it 7 times, the most ever.
It is short for the name Forest.
The planet has no short name.
The two largest US Cities by population are New York City and Los Angeles.
France is the French word for "France". It is a feminine name. Note: The name the French give themselves: "un français (masc.), une française (fem.)" France with a capital F
The name "Kim" is short for the name Kathryn or Kimantha.
Camargue is the name of the white horse in France.
The majority of the war was fought in France, which was one of the main reasons why France wanted Germany crushed. Most of the trenches were in France, and this caused a lot of damage to the country.
Spain and, a bit less, in France.
purchased the Louisiana Territory from France
the "Stade de France" located just North of Paris.