câsser

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See also: casser

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French quasser, from Latin quassō, quassāre (shake repeatedly; quake; wave or flourish; weaken), influenced by Late Latin cassāre (to annul).

Verb[edit]

câsser

  1. (Jersey) to break

Derived terms[edit]