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French-English Translation of
Business Name Query

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Business Name Query - De vs Des  
by ChrisWPB, 2017-12-04, 02:29  like dislike  Spam?  202.45.119...
Hello,

My wife and I are starting up a small business, but are having troubles figuring out the correct translation. We would like our name to be 'Flowers of Lyonville' in French (Lyonville being our town).

Translated, should it be:

Fleurs de Lyonville
or
Fleurs des Lyonville

Thanks for your help!
Answer:
DE  #883228
by Melie (UN), 2017-12-04, 06:39  like dislike  Spam?  
DE as in Café de Paris or
Savon de Marseille

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