canot

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French canot (little boat", also "dugout), partly continuing (in diminutive form) Old French cane (boat, ship), from Middle Low German kane (boat), from Proto-Germanic *kanô (boat, vessel) (compare German Kahn (boat)); and partly from an alteration of Middle French canoe (dugout made from the trunk of a tree), from Spanish canoa (dugout canoe). More at canard.

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canot m (plural canots)

  1. dinghy (small boat)
  2. (Quebec) canoe

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