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See also: Ecosse, écosse, écossé, and Êcosse


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From Latin Scotia. Modified where the o is no longer long before early French vowel shifts occurred -- otherwise it would have rendered *Écousse. Alternatively may have been loaned from another Romance language.

Proper noun[edit]

Écosse f

  1. Scotland

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