Definition of Dordogne in English:


proper noun

  • 1A river in western France that rises in the Auvergne region and flows west for 297 miles (472 km) to meet the Garonne River and form the Gironde estuary.

    1. 1.1A department of southwestern France. It contains caves that have yielded abundant remains of early humans and their artifacts and art, such as that at Lascaux.



/dôrˈdōn/ /dɔrˈdoʊn/