lanière

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French laniere, from Old French lasniere (compare Old French lasne ‎(strap, thong), alteration of earlier nasliere, from nasle ‎(strap, thong) from Frankish *nastila, from Proto-Germanic *nastila- ‎(strap), from Proto-Indo-European *ned- ‎(to knot). Akin to Old High German nestila ‎(band, strap) (German Neste ‎(string, strap, lace).

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Noun[edit]

lanière f ‎(plural lanières)

  1. a strap
  2. (by extension) a strip

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