gêner

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From Middle French genner, from Old French gehisner, derivative of gehine (torture resulting from confession, embarrassment), of Frankish origin. More at gêne.

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gêner

  1. to bother, annoy, irritate
  2. to hinder, hamper, bother
  3. to embarrass

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