d'bat

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French debatre (to fight, contend, debate, also literarlly to beat down) (compare French débattre, débat), from Latin dis- (apart, in different directions) + battuō, battuere (beat, hit, pound, beat up, fight).

Noun[edit]

d'bat m (plural d'bats)

  1. (Jersey) debate