"suburb," late 15c., from Middle French faux bourg, said by French authorities to be from Old French forsbourc (12c.) "suburbs, outskirts," literally "that which is outside the town," from fors "outside" (from Latin foris; see foreign) + bourc "town" (a word of Frankish origin cognate with English borough), and altered in Middle French by folk-etymology to faux bourg "false town" (suburbs were seen as inauthentic).
1. They are a relic of the bygone '' faubourg " with its fruit gardens.
2. At the end of the fifteenth century , the Faubourg strides across, passes beyond, and runs farther.
早在十五世纪末, 那城廓就被跨越,被超过了, 关厢也跑得更远了.
3. The pompous procession therefore wended its way towards P è re - la - Chaise from the Faubourg Saint - Honor é .