lectuthe

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin lēctūra(reading), feminine of Classical Latin lēctūrus, future active participle of legō, legere(read, recite).

Noun[edit]

lectuthe f ‎(plural lectuthes)

  1. (Jersey) reading, lecture