menteor

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Old French[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

mentir +‎ -eur, possibly corresponding to a Vulgar Latin *mentitōr, mentitōrem, from Latin mentior (especially for the form menterre).

Noun[edit]

menteor m (oblique plural menteors, nominative singular menteors, nominative plural menteor)

  1. liar

Adjective[edit]

menteor

  1. lying (tending to tell lies)

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