- A city in northwestern Germany on the Rhine River.
Etymology: From French, Cologne, from Colonia Agrippina, "Agrippine Colony", a settlement founded by w:Agrippina the Younger, Agrippina, the mother of Roman Emperor w:Nero, Nero. Latin colonia "colony" comes from colonus "farmer", from colere "to cultivate", ultimately from Proto-Indo-European .
- Dutch: Keulen
- French, Cologne
- German: Kí¶ln
- Italian: Colonia
- Spanish: Colonia
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noun (plural: colognes)
Translations: Etymology: From Cologne, the name of a city in on the Rhine River in Germany.
- A type of scented or perfumed water named after the city of Cologne.
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