êcliat

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French esclat (shard), deverbal of esclater (to separate from, sunder out), from Frankish *slaitan (to split, break), from Proto-Germanic *slaitijaną, causative of *slītaną (to cut up, split).

Noun[edit]

êcliat m (plural êcliats)

  1. (Jersey) stone chip