profond

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin profundus. Spelt profont in Old French, the d was added back to reflect the original Latin spelling.

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profond m (feminine profonde, masculine plural profonds, feminine plural profondes)

  1. deep
    le lac est profond de 100 mètres - the lake is 100 metres deep
  2. profound

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