Verdun meaning

vər-dŭn', vĕr-dœn'
A city of northeast France on the Meuse River west of Metz. Dating to Roman times and an important Carolingian commercial center, it was the site of a prolonged World War I battle (February–December 1916) in which French forces repelled a massive German offensive. The total casualties have been estimated at more than 700,000. The city was rebuilt after the war.
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City in NE France, on the Meuse River: scene of a prolonged battle (Feb. to Dec., 1916) of WWI.
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Borough of Montreal.
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