Allémand

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See also: allemand and Allemand

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French alemant, alemand, from Late Latin alamannus, alemannus, of Germanic origins.

Adjective[edit]

Allémand m (f Allémande, m plural Allémands, f plural Allémandes)

  1. (Jersey) German

Noun[edit]

Allémand m (plural Allémands; feminine Allémande, plural Allémandes)

  1. (Jersey) German person

Proper noun[edit]

Allémand m

  1. (Jersey) the German language