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This page is a list of Middle French terms used in etymologies on the English Wiktionary in the form {{term|...|lang=frm}}. It was originally compiled by TheDaveRoss (thank you) but is now updated by hand. Please DO add more terms which are used in etymologies, please DO NOT add miscellaneous requests, use WT:RE:frm for that.

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Non-letter[edit]

  1. -el (-let)
  2. -quin (-quin)

A[edit]

  1. accoustrement (accoutrement)
  2. adapter (adapt)
  3. agrarienne (agrarian)
  4. aiguillette (aiglet)
  5. Albanien (Albanian)
  6. amadou (amadou)
  7. amadouer (amadouer)
  8. ambassée (embassy)
  9. ample (ample)
  10. astronomique (astronomical)
  11. atome (atom)
  12. augive (ogive)
  13. avec (avec)
  14. axiome (axiom)

B[edit]

  1. balance (balance)
  2. balle (balle)
  3. ballon (balloon)
  4. bander (bandy)
  5. banque (bank)
  6. battre (battre)
  7. batterie (battery)
  8. biere (bière)
  9. bievre (bièvre)
  10. boel (bowel)
  11. bouc (bouc)
  12. boucaner (boucan)
  13. bouchon (bouchon)
  14. boucquain (bouquin)
  15. bouffon (buffoon)
  16. bougeon (bludgeon)
  17. boulette (bullet)
  18. boullet (boulet)
  19. bransle (bransle)
  20. briquet (briquet)
  21. broüette (brouette)

C[edit]

  1. caisse (cash)
  2. caligineux (caliginous)
  3. calomnie (calumny)
  4. canot (canot)
  5. cap (cape)
  6. capere (cop)
  7. carat (carat)
  8. carat (karat)
  9. cardon (cardoon)
  10. carnage (carnage)
  11. carousser (carouse)
  12. cauteriser (cauterize)
  13. certitude (certitude)
  14. cest (cet)
  15. charlatan (charlatan)
  16. combiner (combine)
  17. compatible (compatible)
  18. complot (complot)
  19. composition (composition)
  20. constrainte (constraint)
  21. cooperation (cooperation)
  22. cordon bleu (blue ribbon)
  23. coronel (colonel)
  24. correspondre (correspond)
  25. courtisane (courtisanerie)
  26. croisade (Crusade)

D[edit]

  1. debaucher (debauch)
  2. democratie (democracy)
  3. democratie (demokracie)
  4. deprecation (deprecation)
  5. desenchanter (disenchant)
  6. desinfecter (disinfect)
  7. despossesser (dispossess)
  8. dividende (dividend)
  9. drap (drab)
  10. drolle (drôle)
  11. décade (decade)

E[edit]

  1. économiste (economist)
  2. effort (effort)
  3. Egypte (Egypt)
  4. elegie (elegy)
  5. eligible (eligible)
  6. embrion (embryon)
  7. emerger (emerge)
  8. enfleure (enflure)
  9. entrance (entrance)
  10. esbauche (ébauche)
  11. esbaucher (ébaucher)
  12. esbloïr (éblouir)
  13. escroue (screw)
  14. esmoi (émoi)
  15. espiautre (épeautre)
  16. espraindre (sprain)
  17. esquiver (esquiver)
  18. estiquette (étiquette)

F[edit]

  1. facile (facile)
  2. filz a putain (fils de pute)
  3. flot (flot)
  4. fort (fort)
  5. foule (foule)
  6. fouler (fouler)
  7. fourban (forban)
  8. frocq (froc)
  9. fromente (furmint)
  10. fronce (fronce)
  11. fusion (fusion)

G[edit]

H[edit]

  1. habitude (habitude)
  2. hamelet (hamlet)
  3. haut (haut)
  4. haïr (haïr)
  5. heiler (héler)
  6. hematite (hematite)
  7. houssepillier (houspiller)
  8. huer (huer)
  9. hypothese (hypothesis)
  10. hérédité (heredity)

I[edit]

i and j are both used to represent the consonant j in Middle French

J[edit]

i and j are both used to represent the consonant in Middle French

L[edit]

  1. lanier (lanner falcon)

M[edit]

  1. machine (machine)
  2. macquiller (maquiller)
  3. manoeuvre (maneuver)
  4. manufacture (manufacture)
  5. marcher (march)
  6. masque (mask)
  7. maternel (maternal)
  8. merci (merci)
  9. meurtre (meurtre)
  10. meurtrir (meurtrir)
  11. modelle (model)
  12. moderne (modern)
  13. monologue (monologue)
  14. monopole (monopole)
  15. monstre (monster)
  16. mouette (mouette)
  17. muse (muse)
  18. median (median)

N[edit]

P[edit]

  1. pannicle (pannicle)

R[edit]

S[edit]

T[edit]

  1. tavaiolle (tavaïolle)

V[edit]