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The modern name of both the city and the family that established itself there, the House of Orange-Nassau, is a corrupted version of Celtic word Arausio. In the Middle Ages the name of the city was conflated in French and Late Latin with another word, orange.
- Green, Miranda (1997). Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. London: Thames and Hudson Ltd.