/fowburg/fowbur/ In French law, and in Louisiana, a district or part of a town adjoining the principal city; a suburb

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  • faubourg — [ fobur ] n. m. • faux bourg XIVe, altér. de fors borc XIIe; de fors « hors » et borc « bourg »; lat. foris « dehors » et burgus « bourg » 1 ♦ Hist. Partie d une ville qui déborde son enc …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • Faubourg — is an ancient French term approximating suburb (now generally termed banlieue ). The earliest form is Forsbourg , derived from Latin foris , out of , and Vulgur Latin (originally Germanic) burgum , town or fortress . Traditionally, this name was… …   Wikipedia

  • Faubourg — Fau bourg (f[=o] b[=oo]r ; E. f[=o] b[=oo]rg), n. [F.] A suburb of a French city; also, a district now within a city, but formerly without its walls. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Faubourg — (fr., spr. Fohburg), Vorstadt; die vorzüglichsten F s in Paris, s.d …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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  • faubourg — suburb, late 15c., from M.Fr. faux bourg, said by French authorities to be from O.Fr. forsbourc (12c.) suburbs, outskirts, lit. that which is outside the town, from fors outside (from L. foris) + bourc town, of Frankish origin (cognate with… …   Etymology dictionary

  • faubourg — [fō bo͞or′; ] E [ fō′boor΄, fō′boorg΄] n. [Fr for earlier faux bourg, lit., false town, folk etym. form of OFr forsbourc, lit., outside town, hence suburb < fors (Fr hors), outside + bourg, town] in France, a) a suburb b) a city district that… …   English World dictionary

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