caserne

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Borrowing from Old Provençal cazerna, from Vulgar Latin *quaderna, from the neuter plural of Latin quaterni. Doublet of cahier, inherited from Latin, and quaterne, a later borrowing.

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caserne f (plural casernes)

  1. barracks

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