érable

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French airable, from Gallic Vulgar Latin or Late Latin acerabulus, from Latin acer ‎(maple) + -abulus, of uncertain origin; possibly from a Gaulish *abalo.

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Noun[edit]

érable m ‎(plural érables)

  1. maple

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