êtrait

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Northern French estreit, (compare Old French estroit), from Latin strictus (tightened, compressed, having been tightened), perfect passive participle of stringō, stringere (tighten, compress), from Proto-Indo-European *strenk-.

Adjective[edit]

êtrait m (f êtraite, m plural êtraits, f plural êtraites)

  1. (Jersey) narrow

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