caûchie

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Norman[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Anglo-Norman/Old Northern French chaucee, caucie et al., from Late Latin calceāta or *calciāta, either from calceō/calciō ‎(stamp on, tread), from Latin calx ‎(heel), or from a derivative of calx ‎(limestone). Compare French chaussée, English causeway.

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Noun[edit]

caûchie f ‎(plural caûchies)

  1. (Jersey) harbour, breakwater
  2. (Jersey) jetty