polaire

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French polaire, from Medieval Latin polaris (of or pertaining to poles), from Latin polus (pole or end of an axis), from Ancient Greek πόλος (pólos, sky, pivot or axis of a sphere), from Proto-Indo-European *kwolo- (turn around), from *kwel- (to move around, to roll or wheel).

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polaire (masculine and feminine, plural polaires)

  1. polar

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