êlîngue

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See also: elingue and élingue

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French eslinge ‎(slingshot), from Frankish *slinga, from Proto-Germanic *slingwaną ‎(to worm, twist), from Proto-Indo-European *slenk ‎(to turn, twist).

Noun[edit]

êlîngue f ‎(plural êlîngues)

  1. (Jersey) sling

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