êcharpe

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See also: écharpe and écharpé

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Middle French escharpe, possibly from Frankish *skirpja or of other Germanic origin (compare Old Norse skreppa (small bag, wallet, satchel)). Alternatively from Medieval Latin scirpa (little woven bag of rushes), from Latin scirpus (rush, bullrush).

Noun[edit]

êcharpe f (plural êcharpes)

  1. (Jersey) scarf

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