itron

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Breton[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Breton eltroguen, from Proto-Celtic *altrauonī (compare Welsh elltrewyn ‎(stepmother; mother-in-law; tutoress; godmother, sponsor of baptized child), Old Cornish altruan).

Noun[edit]

itron f ‎(plural itronezed)

  1. lady

See also[edit]