manuscrit

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin manus (hand) + scrībō (to write)

Noun[edit]

manuscrit m (plural manuscrits)

  1. a manuscript

French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

1594, from Medieval Latin manuscriptum (writing by hand), from Latin manu (ablative of manus (hand)) + scriptus (past participle of scribere (to write)), calqued from a word of Germanic origin, compare Middle High German hantschrift, hantgeschrift (c. 1450, manuscript), Old English handġewrit (before 1150, what is written by hand, deed, contract, manuscript), Old Norse handrit (before 1300, manuscript).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

manuscrit m (feminine manuscrite, masculine plural manuscrits, feminine plural manuscrites)

  1. manuscript (handwritten, or by extension typewritten)

Noun[edit]

manuscrit m (plural manuscrits)

  1. a manuscript

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