échoppe

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle French échoppe, from Old French eschope, escope, from Middle Dutch schoppe, scoppe, from Old Dutch *scoppa, from Proto-Germanic *skup- (shed, stall). Cognate with German Schupfen, Schuppen (shed), Dutch schop (barn, shack), English shop. More at shop.

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Noun[edit]

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échoppe f (plural échoppes)

  1. stall, booth, small shop

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old French eschople < eschaupre, eschalpre, from Latin scalprum. Compare Spanish escoplo, Portuguese escopro.

Noun[edit]

échoppe f (plural échoppes)

  1. a type of chisel with a flat or rounded side used by engravers to efface

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