souper

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

souper (plural soupers)

  1. (Ireland, historical) Someone who, during the Irish famine, supplied food such as soup to Catholics who converted to Protestantism.
  2. (Ireland, historical) A (former) Catholic who converted to Protestantism in order to gain such food.
    Croghan Soupers

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old French soper, from Middle French soupper.

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Noun[edit]

souper m (plural soupers)

  1. (Switzerland, Belgium, Quebec) dinner (the main evening meal)
    Veuillez m'excuser, je serai en retard pour le souper.
  2. (France) a light meal eaten at night, after the main evening meal

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souper

  1. to dine
    J'ai hâte d'aller souper!

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