dictionnaire

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin dictiōnārium (dictionary), derived from Latin dictiō (saying, speaking) + -ārium.

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Noun[edit]

dictionnaire m (plural dictionnaires)

  1. dictionary: a list of words, usually arranged alphabetically and presented with definitions or translations
  2. (computing) dictionary, an associative array

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Noun[edit]

dictionnaire m (plural dictionnaires)

  1. dictionary