débonnaire

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old French debonaire et al, from de bone aire (of a good bloodline)

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débonnaire (masculine and feminine, plural débonnaires)

  1. kind; gentle, good
  2. (pejorative) weak-willed; soft

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