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  • See also: -s' and Appendix:Variations of "s" s’ See -s'. s' Apocopic form of se before a vowel s’ Contraction of es. Catalan personal pronouns
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  • See also: si non and s-inon Contraction of Middle French si non. IPA(key): /sinɔ̃/ sinon except, apart from Je ne sais pas grand chose, sinon que
    483 bytes (61 words) - 12:21, 2 June 2017
  • See also: truck, truć, trúc, trực, trục, and truç truc m (plural trucs) knock call, ring hit (of a ball in billiards etc.) trick (for deceiving) trick
    3 KB (335 words) - 10:39, 6 June 2017
  • See also: cuisiné Wikipedia has an article on: cuisine Wikipedia Borrowing from French cuisine (“cooking, culinary art, kitchen”). IPA(key): /kwɪˈziːn/
    3 KB (195 words) - 14:04, 21 August 2017
  • IPA(key): /d‿o.tɑ̃ ply(s)/ d'autant plus even more; all the more 1857, Chalres Baudelaire, Je t'adore from Les Fleurs du mal Je t'adore à l'égal de la
    474 bytes (56 words) - 20:12, 23 May 2017
  • x
    See also: Appendix:Variations of "x" Wikipedia has an article on: x Wikipedia x (upper case X) The twenty-fourth letter of the basic modern Latin
    10 KB (1,479 words) - 05:29, 19 July 2017
  • See also: proposé Borrowing from Anglo-Norman proposer (verb), propos (noun), Middle French proposer (verb), propos (noun), from Latin propono, proponere
    7 KB (494 words) - 10:02, 7 July 2017
  • See also: Appendix:Variations of "ne" From Middle English ne, from Old English ne, from Proto-Germanic *ne, from Proto-Indo-European *ne. IPA(key):
    29 KB (3,188 words) - 15:50, 6 August 2017
  • See also: Son, són, søn, and sơn Wikipedia has an article on: Son (disambiguation) Wikipedia sonne (obsolete) IPA(key): /sʌn/ Rhymes: -ʌn
    33 KB (1,721 words) - 02:01, 26 August 2017
  • I wish (idiomatic, colloquial) Used to express the speaker's wish that the preceding statement were true - I don't know how I'm going to afford all these
    3 KB (85 words) - 10:59, 2 July 2017
  • See also: amy Anglicized form of Old French Amee, which was both a nickname and a form of the Latin name Amata (“beloved”). IPA(key): /ˈeɪ.mi/ Amy
    2 KB (220 words) - 22:43, 5 August 2017
  • See also: Gens and ġens Shortened from generations. gens generations gen Wikipedia has an article on: gens Wikipedia From Latin gēns (“gens;
    6 KB (783 words) - 13:55, 15 August 2017
  • See also: fairé and fàire faire Obsolete spelling of fair faire (plural faires) Obsolete spelling of fair Sometimes used deliberately to convey an
    6 KB (585 words) - 21:21, 4 July 2017
  • Wikipedia has an article on: Argand lamp Wikipedia Named after the inventor, Aimé Argand of Geneva. Argand lamp (plural Argand lamps) A lamp with a
    1 KB (172 words) - 04:59, 30 April 2017
  • See also: belovèd WOTD – 13 February 2017 belove +‎ -ed. (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): (as a noun or an attributive adjective) /bɪ.ˈlʌv.ɪd/, (as
    15 KB (1,376 words) - 08:44, 29 July 2017
  • See also: Pap and PAP IPA(key): /pæp/ Rhymes: -æp Origins unclear. Related to Middle Low German pappe, Dutch pap, Old French papa/pape, Latin pappa
    8 KB (766 words) - 00:33, 6 September 2017
  • See also: AIM and -aim IPA(key): /eɪm/ Rhymes: -eɪm From Middle English amen, aimen, eimen (“to guess at, to estimate, to aim”), from Old French
    10 KB (795 words) - 11:58, 17 July 2017
  • See also: Appendix:Variations of "mal" Borrowed from French mal (“illness”). mal (plural mals) (only in set phrases) illness, affliction. a grand
    17 KB (1,749 words) - 03:20, 3 September 2017
  • WOTD – 1 March 2016 Wikipedia has an article on: nocturne Wikipedia From French nocturne (“nocturnal”), from Latin nocturnus. (Received Pronunciation)
    6 KB (651 words) - 01:16, 25 May 2017
  • First attested 1482, from Middle French adolescent, from Latin adolescentem, accusative form of adolescens, present participle of adolescere (“to become
    7 KB (589 words) - 14:57, 17 September 2017

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