d'lédgi

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Norman[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowing from Latin dēlēgō, dēlēgāre (send, assign, dispatch, delegate).

Verb[edit]

d'lédgi

  1. (Jersey) to delegate (authorize someone to act as delegate)

Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowing from Latin dēlēgātus, past participle of dēlēgō, dēlēgāre (send, assign, dispatch, delegate).

Noun[edit]

d'lédgi m (plural d'lédgis)

  1. (Jersey) delegate (representative)