citouoyen

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French citeien ‎(citizen), from citet, cité ‎(city), from Latin cīvitās ‎(citizenship, community of citizens), from cīvis ‎(townsman, citizen), from Proto-Italic *keiwis ‎(society), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱey- ‎(to lie down, settle; home, family; love; beloved).

Noun[edit]

citouoyen m (plural citouoyens; feminine citouoyenne, plural citouoyennes)

  1. (Jersey) citizen