Definition of Reims in English:

Reims

(also Rheims)

proper noun

  • A city of northern France, chief town of Champagne-Ardenne region; population 188,078 (2006). It was the traditional coronation place of most French kings and is noted for its fine 13th-century Gothic cathedral.

Pronunciation:

Reims

/French ʀɛ̃s//riːmz/