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ˌvwɑ yɑˈʒɜr, ˌvɔɪ ə-; Fr. vwa yaˈʒœr; -ˈʒɜrz; Fr. -ˈʒœrvoyageur

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  1. voyageurnoun

    A trader, particularly in furs, who worked (and explored) in the area of Canada and the northern United States from the 16th to early 19th centuries; they were often of Quebecois extraction.

  2. Etymology: From French (below)

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  1. Voyageur

    Voyageur is a 2003 song created by the musical project, Enigma. The single was the first released from their fifth album, Voyageur. The video for the song was filmed on location in Prague, the Czech Republic.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Voyageurnoun

    a traveler; -- applied in Canada to a man employed by the fur companies in transporting goods by the rivers and across the land, to and from the remote stations in the Northwest

  2. Etymology: [F., fr. voyager to travel. See Voyage.]

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  1. Voyageur

    "Voyageur" is a 2003 song created by the musical project, Enigma. The single was the first released from their fifth album, Voyageur. The video for the song was filmed on location in Prague, the Czech Republic.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of voyageur in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of voyageur in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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