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Lions

[ lahy-uhnz ]
/ ˈlaɪ ənz /
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noun
Gulf of, a wide bay of the Mediterranean off the coast of S France.
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French Golfe du Lion.
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Lions
/ (ˈlaɪənz) /

noun
Gulf of Lions a wide bay of the Mediterranean off the S coast of France, between the Spanish border and ToulonFrench name: Golfe du Lion (ɡɔlf dy ljɔ̃)
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