hanter

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Compare Welsh hanner.

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hanter m ‎(plural hanterioù)

  1. half

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hanter

  1. half

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French hanter, from Old French hanter ‎(to frequent, abide in one place), from Old English hāmettan ‎(to bring home; provide a home for; house) or Old Norse heimta ‎(to bring home); both from Proto-Germanic *haimatjaną ‎(to bring home, house). More at haunt.

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hanter

  1. to haunt
  2. to frequent

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French hanter ‎(to frequent, abide in one place), from Old Norse heimta ‎(to bring home, house) or more likely, from Old English hāmettan ‎(to house); both from Proto-Germanic *haimatjaną ‎(to bring home, house).

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Verb[edit]

hanter

  1. (Jersey) to haunt
    • 2010, Le Don Balleine, Mêfie-Te Des Monstres:
      Nou dit u'chu c'mîn est hanté... par la vioge
      We say that the road is haunted... by the evil spirit

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