crianche

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Northern French creanche, variant of Old French creance ‎(faith; belief), from Late Latin crēdentia ‎(credence, promise), from Latin crēdō, crēdere ‎(trust, confide in, have confidence in; believe in, trust in, give credence to; believe), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱred dʰeh₁- ‎(to place one's heart, i.e. to trust, believe), from *ḱḗr ‎(heart).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

crianche f ‎(plural crianches)

  1. (Jersey) belief

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