humeur

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From Middle Dutch humuere, from Old French, from Latin humor.

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humeur n (plural humeurs, diminutive humeurtje n)

  1. mood, mental state, especially positive

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French humor, humour, borrowed from Latin humor, humorem. Doublet of humour.

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Noun[edit]

humeur f (plural humeurs)

  1. humour/humor (the liquid in the body)
  2. mental state, either temperamental or as temporary mood

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