/ lɪmoʊʒ /
Množina reči Limoges je Limoges.
City and capital of Limousin, France; Fine enamels were made here in the medieval period, and it is the center of the modern French porcelain industry. Other industries include textiles, electrical equipment, and metal goods. The city was sacked by the Black Prince, the eldest son of Edward III of England, 1370.