marsouin

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Occurring in a 1086 Medieval Latin translation of the Domesday Book, from Old English mereswīn ‎(porpoise), but probably reborrowed from another Germanic source cognate to the Old English word, from Old Frankish *mariswīn, Middle Dutch meerswijn, or Old Norse marsvīn ‎(dolphin), all ultimately from Proto-Germanic *mariswīną ‎(dolphin, porpoise). More at mereswine.

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marsouin m ‎(plural marsouins)

  1. porpoise

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