What is another word for limousin?

Pronunciation: [lˈɪma͡ʊzən] (IPA)

Limousin, a region in central France, is synonymous with its world-famous beef cattle breed - the Limousin cattle. However, the name has also been used in different contexts and garnered various synonyms. Some alternative names associated with the Limousin region include "Emerald Land," "the Land of Legends," and "the Land of Water and Fire." Additionally, in the French language, Limousin reflects the historic provinces of Limousin, Marche, and Auvergne. Limousin is also used in reference to the local language, Occitan, and its Limousin dialect. Overtime, Limousin has become more globally recognized for its cattle breed and is often interchangeable with the breed's name.

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What are the hypernyms for Limousin?

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Usage examples for Limousin

M. limousin, again, speaks of a "minimum of socialism."
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
The journey is a particularly picturesque one, and travellers who make it during the daytime have much that is interesting and agreeable to see; but while they are admiring the country, which marks the transition from the severe region of the limousin to the more laughing landscapes on the confines of the Midi, the train suddenly plunges into a tunnel which runs for half a mile and more through the heart of the mountain slope.
"Fantômas"
Pierre Souvestre Marcel Allain
A provincial governor named Simeon Dubois had made a collection in the limousin.
"The Great Book-Collectors"
Charles Isaac Elton and Mary Augusta Elton

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