Auch

town, capital of Gers département, Midi-Pyrénées région, southwestern France. Auch is built on and around a hill on the west bank of the Gers River, ...
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Auch

Auch (ōsh) , town (1990 pop. 24,728), capital of Gers dept., SW France, in Gascony, on the Gers River. It is a farm market and commercial center with a variety of manufactures and an important trade in Armagnac brandy, poultry, wine, and grain. One of the chief towns of Roman Gaul, it was an a...
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Auch

[name] The name Auch is common in Southern Germany as an occupational surname for those who watched livestock at night, from the Middle High German Uhte, which means `night watch`, `night pasture`, or `the time just before dawn`. The second origin is as a habitational name from the southern French town of Auch. == Notable people named Auch ...
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Auch

Auch (oʃ; Gascon: Aush or Aux aʊʃ) is a commune in southwestern France. Located in the region of Midi-Pyrénées, it is the capital of the Gers department. Auch is the historical capital of Gascony. ==History== The common term Augusta was eventually{when?|date=August 2014} dropped and the name evolved into the modern Gascon Aush and French Auch...
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