menteur

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French menteur, from Old French menteor, menteür, menterre, corresponding to mentir +‎ -eur. May correlate to a Vulgar Latin *mentitōr, mentitōrem, from Latin mentior.

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Noun[edit]

menteur m (plural menteurs, feminine menteuse)

  1. liar (one who tells lies)
  2. bluffer

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Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French menteor.

Noun[edit]

menteur m (plural menteurs, feminine singular menteuse, feminine plural menteuses)

  1. liar (one who tells lies)

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