cadun

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Occitan[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Provençal, from Vulgar Latin *catunum, from Latin cata unum. Latin cata derives from Ancient Greek κατά (katá). Cf. the variant form chascun, from Vulgar Latin *cascunum, *casquunum, a conflation of quisque unum ("each one") and *catunum. Compare French chacun (cf. Old French chaün, cadhuna), Catalan cadascun, Italian cadauno, ciascuno.

Pronoun[edit]

cadun m

  1. each; each one

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