Definition of Dordogne in English:

Dordogne

proper noun

  • 1A river of western France which rises in the Auvergne and flows 472 km (297 miles) westwards to meet the Garonne and form the Gironde estuary.

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

Pronunciation

Dordogne

/dɔʀdɔɲ//dɔːˈdɔɪn/