morcé

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Guernésiais[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French morsel, from Medieval Latin morsellum (a bit, a little piece), diminutive of Latin morsum (a bit), neuter of morsus, past participle of mordeō, mordēre (bite, nibble, gnaw), from Proto-Indo-European *merə- (to rub, wipe; to pack, rob).

Noun[edit]

morcé m (plural morciaux)

  1. piece, bit

Jèrriais[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French morsel, from Medieval Latin morsellum (a bit, a little piece), diminutive of Latin morsum (a bit), neuter of morsus, past participle of mordeō, mordēre (bite, nibble, gnaw), from Proto-Indo-European *merə- (to rub, wipe; to pack, rob).

Noun[edit]

morcé m (plural morciaux)

  1. piece