couôtuthe

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin consutura, ultimately from Latin cōnsuō ‎(I sew, stitch, join) (compare couôtre ‎(to sew)).

Noun[edit]

couôtuthe f ‎(plural couôtuthes)

  1. (Jersey) needlework
  2. (Jersey) scar

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