cogner

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin cuneāre, present active infinitive of cuneō, ultimately from cuneus (wedge).

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cogner

  1. to whack, to bash, to thump (hit hard)

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cogner

  1. to have to; must

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Verb[edit]

cogner

  1. to have to; must