Definition of Lorraine in English:

Lorraine

proper noun

  • A region of north-eastern France, between Champagne and the Vosges mountains. The modern region corresponds to the southern part of the medieval kingdom of Lorraine, which extended from the North Sea to Italy.

Origin

From Latin Lotharingia, from Lothair, the name of a king (825–69).

Pronunciation

Lorraine

/lɔʀɛn//ləˈreɪn/