shesh

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Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Unclear. Probably from Latin sessum (seated, having been seated). Compare Romanian șes. Alternatively to be compared with Old Norse sess (seat), Old English sess (seat, bench).

Noun[edit]

shesh m

  1. floor, ground, soil
  2. plain, field, flat soil
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