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champaign (n.)

"open country, plain," c. 1400, from Old French champagne "country, countryside," from Latin campania "plain, level country," especially that near Rome (see campaign (n.)).

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Definitions of champaign from WordNet
1
champaign (n.)
extensive tract of level open land;
Synonyms: plain / field
2
Champaign (n.)
a university town in east central Illinois adjoining Urbana;
From wordnet.princeton.edu