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उपमा: Bayou State • Child of the Mississippi
Creole State • Pelican State (official)
Sportsman's Paradise • Sugar State
Motto(s): Union, Justice, Confidence
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आधिकारिक भाषा अमेरिकन अंग्रेजी
चलनचल्तीया भाय् As of 2007
Demonym लुइजिनियन, लुइजियानामि
राजधानी ब्यातन रुज, लुइजियाना
Largest city न्यु अर्लिन्स[१][२][३]
दकलय् तधःगु नगरक्षेत्र ग्रेतर न्यु अर्लिन्स
क्षेत्रफल  Ranked 31st in the U.S.
 - सकल 51,843 sq mi
(135,382 km2)
 - ब्याः 130 miles (210 km)
 - हाकः 379 miles (610 km)
 - % water 15
 - अक्षांश 28° 56′ N to 33° 01′ N
 - देशान्तर 88° 49′ W to 94° 03′ W
जनसंख्या  Ranked 25th in the U.S.
 - Total 4,649,676 (2014 est)[४]
 - Density 105/sq mi  (40.5/km2)
Ranked 24th in the U.S.
जाः  
 - दकलय् तजाःगु थाय् Driskill Mountain[५][६]
535 ft (163 m)
 - Mean 100 ft  (30 m)
 - Lowest point न्यु अर्लिन्स[५][६]
−8 ft (−2.5 m)
Admission to Union  April 30, 1812 (18th)
गभर्नर
Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne (R)
व्यवस्थापिका State Legislature
 - अपर हाउस State Senate
 - लोअर हाउस House of Representatives
U.S. Senators David Vitter (R)
Bill Cassidy (R)
U.S. House delegation 5 Republicans, 1 Democrat (list)
Time zone Central: UTC −6/−5
Abbreviations LA US-LA
जाःथाय् louisiana.gov

लुइजियाना संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिकाया दक्षिणी भागय् अवस्थित छगू राज्य ख। थ्व राज्य संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिकाया ३१गू दकलय् तःधंगु व २५गू दकलय् अप्व जनसंख्या दूगु राज्य ख। थ्व राज्यया राजधानी ब्यातन रुज खः धाःसा दकलय् तःधंगु नगर न्यु अर्लिन्स खः। लुइजियाना संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिकाया छगू जक्क थन्याःगु राज्य खः गन "काउन्ति" धाःगु प्रशासनिक इकाइ मदु। काउन्तिया थासय् थ्व राज्यय् "प्यारिश" धाःगु प्रशासनिक इकाइ दु। जनसंख्या कथं थ्व राज्यया दकलय् तःधंगु प्यारिश इस्त ब्यातन रुज खः धाःसा क्षेत्रफल कथं दकलय् तःधंगु प्यारिश Plaquemines ख।

थ्व राज्यया आपाः बुं मिसिसिपि खुसिं चुइकाहःगु चां दयाच्वंगु दु। अथे जूगुलिं थ्व राज्यय् यक्व देल्ता व झ्वास्या बुं दु। [७] लुइजियानाय् निता स्वकुंलाःगु देल्ता दु। थुकिलि चिधंगु देल्ताया स्वकुं मोन्रो (वाशिता प्यारिशया प्यारिश सित), श्रिवेपोर्त(क्यादो प्यारिशया प्यारिश सित) व अलेक्जेन्द्रिया (Rapides प्यारिशया प्यारिश सित) नगरतेसं दयेकि धाःसा तःधंगु देल्ता मोन्रो, लेक चार्ल्स, व ल्यु अर्लिन्सं दयेकि। थ्व देल्ता दूगु थासय् भिंगु दक्षिणी बायोता (biota) दु। थ्व बायोताय् इबिस (ibis), इग्रेत (egret) आदि झंगः खनेदु। नापं, थ्व थासय् यक्व प्रजातिया सिमा ब्यां (tree frog), न्या दसु-sturgeon व प्यादलफिश (paddlefish) आदि प्राणीत नं म्वाइगु या। थ्व लागाया तःजाःगु थासय् लङ्गलिफ् पाइन जंगल व प्याःगु सभाना बुं दु। थ्व थासय् यक्व वनस्पतिया प्रजाति दसु-अर्किद मा व बमू मा (carnivorous plants) दयाच्वंगु दु।[७]

लुइजियानाया छुं नगरीय वातावरणय् बहुसांस्कृतिक, बहुभाषिक सम्पदा खनेछिं। थ्व थासय् १८गू शदी निसें फ्रेञ्च, स्पेनी, आदिवासी अमेरिकी, अफ्रिकी आदि तजिलजि ल्वाकज्यानाः छगू भिंगु तजिलजि बुयावःगु दु। सन् १८०३स संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिकां थ्व थाय् न्याये स्वया न्ह्यः थ्व थाय् फ्रेञ्च व स्पेनी उपनिवेशया रुपय् दयाच्वन। थ्व नापं उपनिवेशवादीतेसं अफ्रिकी मूलया दासतेत ज्यामिया रुपय् थन १८गू शदीइ आयात यात। थथे वैपिं दासय् यक्व पश्चिम अफ्रिकाया छगू हे थासं वःगुलिं इमिगु संस्कार छुं रुपय् म्वानाच्वन। अमेरिकाया गृहयुद्ध धुंकाया इलय् एङ्ग्लो अमेरिकनतेसं अंग्रेजीकरणया सांस्कृतिक दबाब बियाहःल व सन् १९१५स थ्व राज्यया आधिकारिक भाय् अंग्रेजी जक्क दयेकल।[८] लुइजियानाय् अमेरिकाया मेमेगु दक्षिणी राज्यय् स्वया अप्व आदिवासी अमेरिकनतेगु जाति दु। थन्याःगु जातिइ ४ता जाति संघीय रुपय् म्हसीकातःगु, १०ता जाति राज्यं म्हसीकातःगु दु धाःसा ४ता जातियात छुं नं स्तरय् म्हसीकातःगु मदु।[९]


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संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिकाया मेमेगु राज्यय् राज्ययात थीथी काउन्तिइ विभाजित यानातःगु दु। लुइजियानाय् धाःसा राज्ययात थीथी प्यारिशय् विभक्त यानातःगु दु। थ्व राज्यया प्यारिश थ्व कथं दु-

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Acadia अकेदिया Parish 001 क्राउलि 1886 from part of St. Landry Parish. Named for the Acadians who settled the area. &10000000000061773000000६१,७७३ &10000000000000658000000६५८ sq mi
(&10000000000001704000000१,७०४ km2)
State map highlighting Acadia Parish


Allen एलेन Parish 003 Oberlin 1912 from part of Calcasieu Parish. Henry Watkins Allen, the Confederate governor of Louisiana &10000000000025764000000२५,७६४ &10000000000000766000000७६६ sq mi
(&10000000000001984000000१,९८४ km2)
State map highlighting Allen Parish


Ascension एसेन्सन (Ascension) Parish 005 दोनाल्दसन्‌भिल 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Named for the Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, which was named after the Ascension of Jesus into Heaven &10000000000107215000000१०७,२१५ &10000000000000303000000३०३ sq mi
(&10000000000000785000000७८५ km2)
State map highlighting Ascension Parish


Assumption एजम्प्सन Parish 007 नेपोलियनभिल 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Named for the Assumption Roman Catholic Church, the oldest in the state, which was named after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary &10000000000023421000000२३,४२१ &10000000000000364000000३६४ sq mi
(&10000000000000943000000९४३ km2)
State map highlighting Assumption Parish


Avoyelles Avoyelles Parish 009 मार्क्सभिल 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. The Avoyel Native American people &10000000000042073000000४२,०७३ &10000000000000866000000८६६ sq mi
(&10000000000002243000000२,२४३ km2)
State map highlighting Avoyelles Parish


Beauregard Beauregard Parish 011 DeRidder 1912 from part of Calcasieu Parish. Confederate general P. G. T. Beauregard &10000000000035654000000३५,६५४ &10000000000001166000000१,१६६ sq mi
(&10000000000003020000000३,०२० km2)
State map highlighting Beauregard Parish


Bienville बियनभिल Parish 013 आर्केदिया 1848 from part of Claiborne Parish. Named after the founder of the city of New Orleans, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville &10000000000014353000000१४,३५३ &10000000000000822000000८२२ sq mi
(&10000000000002129000000२,१२९ km2)
State map highlighting Bienville Parish


Bossier बोसियर Parish 015 बेन्तन 1843 from part Claiborne Parish. U.S. Representative Pierre Bossier &10000000000116979000000११६,९७९ &10000000000000867000000८६७ sq mi
(&10000000000002246000000२,२४६ km2)
State map highlighting Bossier Parish


Caddo क्यादो Parish 017 श्रिभ्पोर्त 1838 from part of Natchitoches Parish. Named for the Caddo Native American people &10000000000254969000000२५४,९६९ &10000000000000937000000९३७ sq mi
(&10000000000002427000000२,४२७ km2)
State map highlighting Caddo Parish


Calcasieu Calcasieu Parish 019 लेक चार्ल्स 1840 from part of St. Landry Parish. Calcasieu, meaning crying eagle, is said to be the name of an Atakapa Native American leader &10000000000192768000000१९२,७६८ &10000000000001094000000१,०९४ sq mi
(&10000000000002833000000२,८३३ km2)
State map highlighting Calcasieu Parish


Caldwell काल्दवेल Parish 021 कोलम्बिया 1838 from part of Catahoula Parish and Ouachita Parish. Named for the Caldwell family, which owned a large plantation and remains politically active in the state. &10000000000010132000000१०,१३२ &10000000000000541000000५४१ sq mi
(&10000000000001401000000१,४०१ km2)
State map highlighting Caldwell Parish


Cameron क्यामेरन Parish 023 क्यामेरन 1870 from parts of Calcasieu Parish and Vermilion Parish. U.S. Secretary of War Simon Cameron &10000000000006839000000६,८३९ &10000000000001932000000१,९३२ sq mi
(&10000000000005004000000५,००४ km2)
State map highlighting Cameron Parish


Catahoula Catahoula Parish 025 ह्यारिसनबर्ग 1808 from parts of Ouachita Parish and Rapides Parish. Catahoula Lake, formerly within the parish's boundaries and named from a Taensa word meaning big, clear lake &10000000000010407000000१०,४०७ &10000000000000739000000७३९ sq mi
(&10000000000001914000000१,९१४ km2)
State map highlighting Catahoula Parish


Claiborne क्लेबर्न Parish 027 होमर 1828 from part of Natchitoches Parish. Governor of Louisiana William C. C. Claiborne &10000000000017195000000१७,१९५ &10000000000000768000000७६८ sq mi
(&10000000000001989000000१,९८९ km2)
State map highlighting Claiborne Parish


Concordia कंकर्दिया Parish 029 Vidalia 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Name is of uncertain origin; may be from an early land grant called New Concordia, from the "concord" reached by local authorities over a mutual surrender of slaves or for a mansion called Concord which was owned by Spanish Governor Manuel Gayoso de Lemos &10000000000020822000000२०,८२२ &10000000000000749000000७४९ sq mi
(&10000000000001940000000१,९४० km2)
State map highlighting Concordia Parish


De Soto दे सोतो Parish 031 म्यान्स्फिल्द 1843 from parts of Caddo Parish and Natchitoches Parish. Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto &10000000000026656000000२६,६५६ &10000000000000895000000८९५ sq mi
(&10000000000002318000000२,३१८ km2)
State map highlighting De Soto Parish


East Baton Rouge इस्त ब्यातन रुज Parish 033 ब्यातन रुज 1810 from West Florida territory. French phrase bâton rouge meaning red stick. A red stick was used by local Native Americans to mark the boundaries between tribal territories &10000000000440171000000४४०,१७१ &10000000000000471000000४७१ sq mi
(&10000000000001220000000१,२२० km2)
State map highlighting East Baton Rouge Parish


East Carroll इस्त क्यारल Parish 035 लेक प्रोभिदेन्स 1877 when Carroll Parish was divided. Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence &10000000000007759000000७,७५९ &10000000000000442000000४४२ sq mi
(&10000000000001145000000१,१४५ km2)
State map highlighting East Carroll Parish


East Feliciana East Feliciana Parish 037 Clinton 1824 when Feliciana Parish was divided. Felicite de Gálvez, the wife of Bernardo de Gálvez, a Spanish governor of Louisiana (New Spain) &10000000000020267000000२०,२६७ &10000000000000456000000४५६ sq mi
(&10000000000001181000000१,१८१ km2)
State map highlighting East Feliciana Parish


Evangeline इभ्याञ्जेलिन Parish 039 Ville Platte 1910 from part of St. Landry Parish. Acadian heroine of the poem "Evangeline" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow &10000000000033984000000३३,९८४ &10000000000000680000000६८० sq mi
(&10000000000001761000000१,७६१ km2)
State map highlighting Evangeline Parish


Franklin फ्र्याङ्क्लिन Parish 041 विन्सबोरो 1843 from parts of Carroll Parish, Catahoula Parish, Madison Parish and Ouachita Parish Founding Father Benjamin Franklin &10000000000020767000000२०,७६७ &10000000000000636000000६३६ sq mi
(&10000000000001647000000१,६४७ km2)
State map highlighting Franklin Parish


Grant ग्रान्त Parish 043 कोल्फ्याक्स 1869 from parts of Rapides Parish and Winn Parish. U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant &10000000000022309000000२२,३०९ &10000000000000664000000६६४ sq mi
(&10000000000001720000000१,७२० km2)
State map highlighting Grant Parish


Iberia आइबेरिया Parish 045 न्यु आइबेरिया 1868 from parts of St. Martin Parish and St. Mary Parish. Named by Spanish settlers in honor of the Iberian Peninsula &10000000000073240000000७३,२४० &10000000000001031000000१,०३१ sq mi
(&10000000000002670000000२,६७० km2)
State map highlighting Iberia Parish


Iberville आइबरभिल Parish 047 Plaquemine 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Explorer Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, the brother of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville &10000000000033387000000३३,३८७ &10000000000000653000000६५३ sq mi
(&10000000000001691000000१,६९१ km2)
State map highlighting Iberville Parish


Jackson ज्याक्सन Parish 049 जोनेस्बरो 1845 from parts of Claiborne Parish, Ouachita Parish and Union Parish U.S. President Andrew Jackson &10000000000016274000000१६,२७४ &10000000000000580000000५८० sq mi
(&10000000000001502000000१,५०२ km2)
State map highlighting Jackson Parish


Jefferson जेफर्सन Parish 051 ग्रेत्ना 1825 from part of Orleans Parish Founding Father Thomas Jefferson &10000000000432552000000४३२,५५२ &10000000000000642000000६४२ sq mi
(&10000000000001663000000१,६६३ km2)
State map highlighting Jefferson Parish


Jefferson Davis जेफर्सन देविस Parish 053 जेनिङ्ग्‌स् 1912 from part of Calcasieu Parish. Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America &10000000000031594000000३१,५९४ &10000000000000659000000६५९ sq mi
(&10000000000001707000000१,७०७ km2)
State map highlighting Jefferson Davis Parish


Lafayette लाफायेत Parish 055 लाफायेत 1823 from part of St. Martin Parish. French-born American Revolutionary War hero, the Marquis de Lafayette &10000000000221578000000२२१,५७८ &10000000000000270000000२७० sq mi
(&10000000000000699000000६९९ km2)
State map highlighting Lafayette Parish


Lafourche Lafourche Parish 057 Thibodaux 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Was named Interior Parish until 1812 and Lafourche Interior Parish until 1853. French phrase la fourche or in English, the fork; Bayou Lafourche, or Fork Bayou, is a fork of the Mississippi River &10000000000096318000000९६,३१८ &10000000000001472000000१,४७२ sq mi
(&10000000000003812000000३,८१२ km2)
State map highlighting Lafourche Parish


La Salle ला साल Parish 059 जेना 1910 from west half of Catahoula Parish. Explorer René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle &10000000000014890000000१४,८९० &10000000000000663000000६६३ sq mi
(&10000000000001717000000१,७१७ km2)
State map highlighting La Salle Parish


Lincoln लिङ्कन Parish 061 रस्तन 1873 from parts of Bienville Parish, Claiborne Parish, Jackson Parish and Union Parish. U.S. President Abraham Lincoln &10000000000046735000000४६,७३५ &10000000000000472000000४७२ sq mi
(&10000000000001222000000१,२२२ km2)
State map highlighting Lincoln Parish


Livingston लिभिङ्गस्तन् Parish 063 लिभिङ्गस्तन् 1832 from part of St. Helena Parish. U.S. Secretary of State Edward Livingston, brother of Robert R. Livingston who negotiated the Louisiana Purchase &10000000000128026000000१२८,०२६ &10000000000000703000000७०३ sq mi
(&10000000000001821000000१,८२१ km2)
State map highlighting Livingston Parish


Madison म्यादिसन Parish 065 तालुला 1838 from Concordia Parish. U.S. President James Madison &10000000000012093000000१२,०९३ &10000000000000651000000६५१ sq mi
(&10000000000001686000000१,६८६ km2)
State map highlighting Madison Parish


Morehouse मोरहाउस Parish 067 ब्यास्त्रप 1844 from parts of Carroll Parish and Ouachita Parish. Abraham Morehouse, who led the first settlers into the region &10000000000027979000000२७,९७९ &10000000000000805000000८०५ sq mi
(&10000000000002085000000२,०८५ km2)
State map highlighting Morehouse Parish


Natchitoches न्याकितोस् Parish 069 न्याकितोस् 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. The Natchitoches Native American people &10000000000039566000000३९,५६६ &10000000000001299000000१,२९९ sq mi
(&10000000000003364000000३,३६४ km2)
State map highlighting Natchitoches Parish


Orleans अर्लिन्स Parish 071 न्यु अर्लिन्स 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Today coterminous with the City of New Orleans. Named after the Duke of Orléans, the regent of France &10000000000343829000000३४३,८२९ &10000000000000350000000३५० sq mi
(&10000000000000906000000९०६ km2)
State map highlighting Orleans Parish


Ouachita वाशिता Parish 073 मन्रो 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. The Ouachita Native American people &10000000000153720000000१५३,७२० &10000000000000633000000६३३ sq mi
(&10000000000001639000000१,६३९ km2)
State map highlighting Ouachita Parish


Plaquemines Plaquemines Parish 075 Pointe a la Hache 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. A word meaning persimmons created from the Louisiana Creole French and the Atakapa language &10000000000023042000000२३,०४२ &10000000000002429000000२,४२९ sq mi
(&10000000000006291000000६,२९१ km2)
State map highlighting Plaquemines Parish


Pointe Coupee Pointe Coupee Parish 077 न्यु रोद्स् 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. French phrase la pointe coupée or in English, the cut-off point, which refers to a bend in the Mississippi River &10000000000022802000000२२,८०२ &10000000000000591000000५९१ sq mi
(&10000000000001531000000१,५३१ km2)
State map highlighting Pointe Coupee Parish


Rapides Rapides Parish 079 अलेक्ज्यान्द्रिया 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Named for local river rapids (French: rapides) &10000000000131613000000१३१,६१३ &10000000000001362000000१,३६२ sq mi
(&10000000000003528000000३,५२८ km2)
State map highlighting Rapides Parish


Red River रेद रिभर Parish 081 Coushatta 1871 from parts of Bienville Parish, Bossier Parish, Caddo Parish and Natchitoches Parish. Named for the Red River, which is part of the Mississippi River watershed &10000000000009091000000९,०९१ &10000000000000402000000४०२ sq mi
(&10000000000001041000000१,०४१ km2)
State map highlighting Red River Parish


Richland रिचल्यान्द Parish 083 रेभिल 1868 from parts of Carroll Parish, Franklin Parish, Morehouse Parish and Ouachita Parish. Named for its rich land &10000000000020725000000२०,७२५ &10000000000000564000000५६४ sq mi
(&10000000000001461000000१,४६१ km2)
State map highlighting Richland Parish


Sabine Sabine Parish 085 Many 1843 from parts of Caddo Parish and Natchitoches Parish. Named for the Sabine River and the so-called Sabine Free State &10000000000024233000000२४,२३३ &10000000000001012000000१,०१२ sq mi
(&10000000000002621000000२,६२१ km2)
State map highlighting Sabine Parish


Saint Bernard सेन्त बर्नार्द Parish 087 Chalmette 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Saint Bernard, patron saint of Bernardo de Galvez, the Spanish governor who granted land to the Canary Islanders settling the area in 1778 &10000000000035897000000३५,८९७ &10000000000001794000000१,७९४ sq mi
(&10000000000004646000000४,६४६ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Bernard Parish


Saint Charles सेन्त चार्ल्स Parish 089 Hahnville 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Saint Charles &10000000000052780000000५२,७८० &10000000000000410000000४१० sq mi
(&10000000000001062000000१,०६२ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Charles Parish


Saint Helena सेन्त हेलेना Parish 091 ग्रीन्सबर्ग 1810 from West Florida territory. Saint Helena &10000000000011203000000११,२०३ &10000000000000409000000४०९ sq mi
(&10000000000001059000000१,०५९ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Helena Parish


Saint James सेन्त जेम्स Parish 093 कन्भेन्त 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Saint James &10000000000022102000000२२,१०२ &10000000000000258000000२५८ sq mi
(&10000000000000668000000६६८ km2)
State map highlighting Saint James Parish


Saint John the Baptist सेन्त जन द ब्याप्तिस्त Parish 095 एद्गार्द 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Saint John the Baptist &10000000000045924000000४५,९२४ &10000000000000348000000३४८ sq mi
(&10000000000000901000000९०१ km2)
State map highlighting Saint John the Baptist Parish


Saint Landry Saint Landry Parish 097 Opelousas 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Saint Landry &10000000000083384000000८३,३८४ &10000000000000939000000९३९ sq mi
(&10000000000002432000000२,४३२ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Landry Parish


Saint Martin सेन्त मार्तिन Parish 099 Saint मार्तिनभिल 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Saint Martin &10000000000052160000000५२,१६० &10000000000000817000000८१७ sq mi
(&10000000000002116000000२,११६ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Martin Parish


Saint Mary सेन्त मेरी Parish 101 फ्र्याङ्क्लिन 1811 from part of St. Martin Parish. Saint Mary. &10000000000054650000000५४,६५० &10000000000000612000000६१२ sq mi
(&10000000000001585000000१,५८५ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Mary Parish


Saint Tammany Saint Tammany Parish 103 कभिङ्तन 1810 from West Florida territory. Legendary Indian Chief Tamanend. &10000000000233740000000२३३,७४० &10000000000001124000000१,१२४ sq mi
(&10000000000002911000000२,९११ km2)
State map highlighting Saint Tammany Parish


Tangipahoa Tangipahoa Parish 105 Amite 1869 from parts of Livingston Parish, St. Helena Parish, St. Tammany Parish and Washington Parish. Comes from an Acolapissa word meaning ear of corn or those who gather corn &10000000000121097000000१२१,०९७ &10000000000000823000000८२३ sq mi
(&10000000000002132000000२,१३२ km2)
State map highlighting Tangipahoa Parish


Tensas Tensas Parish 107 सेन्त जोसेफ 1843 from part of Concordia Parish. The Taensa Native American people. &10000000000005066000000५,०६६ &10000000000000641000000६४१ sq mi
(&10000000000001660000000१,६६० km2)
State map highlighting Tensas Parish


Terrebonne Terrebonne Parish 109 होमा 1822 from part of Lafourche Interior Parish. French phrase terre bonne or in English, good earth &10000000000111860000000१११,८६० &10000000000002080000000२,०८० sq mi
(&10000000000005387000000५,३८७ km2)
State map highlighting Terrebonne Parish


Union युनियन Parish 111 फार्मरभिल 1839 from part of Ouachita Parish. Named for the union of states which make up the U.S. &10000000000022721000000२२,७२१ &10000000000000905000000९०५ sq mi
(&10000000000002344000000२,३४४ km2)
State map highlighting Union Parish


Vermilion Vermilion Parish 113 Abbeville 1844 from part of Lafayette Parish. Both the Vermilion River and Vermilion Bay &10000000000057999000000५७,९९९ &10000000000001538000000१,५३८ sq mi
(&10000000000003983000000३,९८३ km2)
State map highlighting Vermilion Parish


Vernon Vernon Parish 115 Leesville 1871 from parts of Natchitoches Parish, Rapides Parish and Sabine Parish. Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington, the first U.S. President &10000000000052334000000५२,३३४ &10000000000001341000000१,३४१ sq mi
(&10000000000003473000000३,४७३ km2)
State map highlighting Vernon Parish


Washington वाशिङ्गतन Parish 117 फ्र्याङ्क्‌लिनतन 1819 from part of St. Tammany Parish. U.S. President George Washington &10000000000047168000000४७,१६८ &10000000000000676000000६७६ sq mi
(&10000000000001751000000१,७५१ km2)
State map highlighting Washington Parish


Webster वेब्स्तर Parish 119 मिन्देन 1871 from parts of Bienville Parish, Bossier Parish and Claiborne Parish. U.S. statesman Daniel Webster &10000000000041207000000४१,२०७ &10000000000000615000000६१५ sq mi
(&10000000000001593000000१,५९३ km2)
State map highlighting Webster Parish


West Baton Rouge वेस्त ब्यातन रुज Parish 121 पोर्त एलेन 1807 One of the original 19 parishes. Was named Baton Rouge Parish until 1812. French phrase bâton rouge meaning red stick. A red stick was used by local Native Americans to mark the boundaries between tribal territories &10000000000023788000000२३,७८८ &10000000000000203000000२०३ sq mi
(&10000000000000526000000५२६ km2)
State map highlighting West Baton Rouge Parish


West Carroll वेस्त क्यारल Parish 123 ओक ग्रोभ, वेस्त क्यारल प्यारिश 1877 when Carroll Parish was divided. Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence &10000000000011604000000११,६०४ &10000000000000360000000३६० sq mi
(&10000000000000932000000९३२ km2)
State map highlighting West Carroll Parish


West Feliciana वेस्त फेलिसियाना Parish 125 सेन्त फ्रान्सिसभिल 1824 when Feliciana Parish was divided. Felicite de Gálvez, the wife of Bernardo de Gálvez, a Spanish governor of Louisiana (New Spain) &10000000000015625000000१५,६२५ &10000000000001051000000१,०५१ sq mi
(&10000000000002722000000२,७२२ km2)
State map highlighting West Feliciana Parish


Winn विन Parish 127 विनफिल्द 1852 from parts of Catahoula Parish, Natchitoches Parish and Rapides Parish. Louisiana state legislator Walter Winn &10000000000015313000000१५,३१३ &10000000000000957000000९५७ sq mi
(&10000000000002479000000२,४७९ km2)
State map highlighting Winn Parish


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