jachère

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1690; formerly ‘tillage, land prepared for plowing’, from Old French gaschiere, gaskiere, from Gaulish *gansco ‎(branch) (compare Old Irish gesca); akin to Spanish and Portuguese gancho ‎(hook).

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jachère f ‎(plural jachères)

  1. fallow; fallow land
    Le champ est en jachère.‎ ― The field is lying fallow.

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