dêtester

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See also: detester and détester

Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin dētestor, dētestārī ‎(imprecate evil while calling the gods to witness", "denounce", "hate intensely), from + testor, testārī ‎(testify, bear witness), from testis ‎(witness).

Verb[edit]

dêtester

  1. (Jersey) to hate

Antonyms[edit]

  • aimer ‎(to like, love)