dêclyinner

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French decliner, from Latin dēclīnō, dēclīnāre (bend, turn aside, deflect, inflect, decline), from de (down) + clīnō, clīnāre (bend, incline).

Verb[edit]

dêclyinner

  1. (Jersey, grammar) to decline

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