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Condé is a French place name and personal name. It is ultimately derived from a Celtic word, "Condate", meaning "confluence" (of two rivers) - from which was derived the Romanised form "Condatum", in use during the Roman period, and thence to the French "Condé" found at various locations.

It may refer to:

People with this surname[edit]

People with this first name[edit]


  • Château de Condé, a private estate in Condé-en-Brie, Aisne, France, set in its park with three-hundred-year-old trees, on the Champagne route and 100 km from Paris

Places in France that contain the element Condé[edit]



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Conde is a title of Spanish and Portuguese nobility