hardi

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French[edit]

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From Old French hardi, past tense of hardir, of Frankish origin.

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hardi m (feminine hardie, masculine plural hardis, feminine plural hardies)

  1. bold; courageous; daring

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French hardi, past tense of hardir, of Germanic origin.

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hardi m (f hardie, m plural hardis, f plural hardies)

  1. rash

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Past tense of hardir, itself from Frankish. Cognate with modern English hard.

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hardi m (feminine hardie)

  1. hardy; tough; durable

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