Proper Noun


  • First attested in 1555; from French Pyrénées, from Latin Pȳrēnaeī montēs, from Ancient Greek Πῡρήνη (“Pyrene”, literally “fruit-stone”), daughter of Bebryx and beloved of Herakles, and who, legend has it, is buried in the range.

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