Definition of Faubourg. Meaning of Faubourg. Synonyms of Faubourg

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Definition of Faubourg

Faubourg
Faubourg Fau`bourg", n. [F.] A suburb of French city; also, a district now within a city, but formerly without its walls.

Meaning of Faubourg from wikipedia

- "Faubourg" (French: [fo.buːʁ]) is an ancient French term historically equivalent to "fore-town" (now often termed suburb or banlieue). The earliest form...
- The Faubourg Marigny (/ˈfoʊbɜːrɡ ˈmærɪni/ FOH-burg MAYR-in-ee; sometimes called The Marigny) is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, United...
- The Faubourg Saint-Antoine was one of the traditional suburbs of Paris, France. It grew up to the east of the Bastille around the abbey of Saint-Antoine-des-Champs...
- The Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (pronounced [ʁy dy fobuʁ sɛ̃tɔnɔʁe]) is a street located in the 8th arrondis****t of Paris, France. Relatively narrow...
- Faubourg Saint-Germain (French pronunciation: [fobuʁ sɛ̃ ʒɛʁmɛ̃]) is a historic district of Paris, France. The Faubourg has long been known as the favourite...
- the neighborhood is sometimes called by its more formal French name, the Faubourg Tremé; it is listed in the New Orleans City Planning Districts as Tremé...
- Rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière marks the boundary between the 9th and 10th arrondis****ts of Paris, the main thoroughfare of the old Faubourg Poissonnière...
- Faubourg Brewing Company is a brewery founded in New Orleans, Louisiana on October 31, 1907 and originally named Dixie Brewing Company. The brewing operation...
- The Faubourg Livaudais is a name of a neighborhood in central New Orleans that some people have re-adopted based upon the name of a former plantation that...
- The Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis is a street in the 10th arrondis****t of Paris. It crosses the arrondis****t from north to south, linking the Porte Saint-Denis...