mésange

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French, from Old French mesenge, masenge (titmouse), from Frankish *meisinga (titmouse), from Proto-Germanic *maisô (titmouse), *-ingō (-ing). Cognate with Old High German meisa (titmouse), Old English māse (small bird), Middle Dutch mese (titmouse). More at titmouse.

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mésange f (plural mésanges)

  1. tit, chickadee, titmouse (any of a large number of small tree-dwelling passernine birds)

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