Definition of Auvergne in English:

Auvergne

proper noun

  • A region of south central France and a province of the Roman Empire. The region is mountainous and contains the extinct volcanic cones known as the Puys.

Origin

From Latin Arverni, the name of a Celtic tribe who lived there in Roman times.

Pronunciation:

Auvergne

/French ovɛʀɲ//əʊˈvɛːn/