faucher

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French from Vulgar Latin *falcāre or *falciāre (compare Italian falciare), from Latin falx, falcis (sickle, scythe) (compare faucille), from Proto-Indo-European *dhalk-, *dhalg- (a cutting tool).

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faucher

  1. to mow, to reap
  2. to run over, to knock down

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