chatouiller

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French, from Old French catellier (to excite, cause tremors), from Medieval Latin catilō (tickle, verb), from Frankish *kitilōn (to tickle), from Proto-Germanic *kitilōną, frequentative of Proto-Germanic *kitōną (to tickle), from Proto-Indo-European *geid- (to stick, jab, tickle). Cognate with Old High German kizzilōn (to tickle), Old English citelian (to tickle), Old Norse kitla (to tickle), Middle Dutch katelen (to tickle). More at kittle.

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chatouiller

  1. to tickle

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