United States Cities with French Names

Type in the names of U.S. cities that have French names. Most importantly, put in your best effort and have fun (at all times).
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Last updated: November 20, 2015
First submittedNovember 19, 2015
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Idaho (meaning: "wooded")
Boise
Louisiana (meaning: "red stick")
Baton Rouge
Iowa (meaning: "of the monks")
Des Moines
Michigan
Detroit
North Carolina
Charlotte
Missouri
St. Louis
Kentucky
Louisville
Alaska
Juneau
Nebraska (meaning: "of the woods")
Du Bois
Washington (meaning: "beautiful view")
Bellevue
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Idaho
Coeur D'Alene
New Jersey (meaning: "clear mountian")
Montclair
Oklahoma (meaning: "stake")
Poteau
Kentucky
Louisville
Massachusetts (meaning: beautiful mountian)
Belmont
Georgia (meaning: "the barn")
LaGrange
California (meaning: "beautiful air")
Bel-Air
Maine (meaning: "penninsula")
Presque Isle
Indiana (meaning: "high ground")
Terre Haute
New York
Champlain
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North Carolina
Fayetteville
Nevada
Reno
Oregon (meaning: "misfortune")
Malheur County
Maryland (meaning: haven of grace)
Havre de Grace
Kansas (meaning: "the swan")
La Cygne
Illinois
Joliet
Ohio
Lorain
Alabama
Mobile
Connecticut meaning: "mountain city")
Montville
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Arizona
Clemenceau
Vermont
Montpelier
South Carolina
Beaufort
Michigan (meaning: "big point")
Grosse Pointe
Wisconsin (meaning: "clear water")
Eau Claire
South Dakota (meaning: "beautiful fork")
Belle Fourche
South Dakota (meaning: "Peter")
Pierre
South Carolina (meaning: "good water")
Bonneau
Minnesota
Baudette
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Level 79
Nov 19, 2015
Mobile is in Alabama. "Cheyenne" appears to be a Native American word.
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Level 24
Nov 20, 2015
Fixed!
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Level 43
May 23, 2016
Yes but "Cheyenne is still a french word. the same way "french" is an english word.
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Level 69
Apr 8, 2017
Are there really two Louisvilles in Kentucky? And Dubois means 'of the wood' not 'of the woods' - that would be Desbois
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Level 24
Apr 9, 2019
I don't know which Kentucky you're thinking of but not in the one I'm thinking of! I fixed that mistake. And the other one about the woods. Thank you! :)