roturier

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French from low Latin ruptarius (one who breaks the earth) (Larousse Encyclopedia of XXe century, Paris, 1932).

Noun[edit]

roturier (plural roturiers)

  1. A commoner, a plebeian, a person of low rank

French[edit]

Adjective[edit]

roturier m (feminine roturière, masculine plural roturiers, feminine plural roturières)

  1. common (not noble)

Noun[edit]

roturier m (plural roturiers, feminine roturière)

  1. commoner

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