manchot

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French manc (itself from Latin mancus) + -ot.

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manchot (feminine singular manchote, masculine plural manchots, feminine plural manchotes)

  1. one-armed
  2. armless
  3. one-handed (having one hand)
  4. handless

Noun[edit]

manchot m (plural manchots, feminine manchote)

  1. penguin
  2. one-armed or no-armed person

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Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

manchot m (plural manchots)

  1. (Jersey) razorfish