mouillé

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See also: mouille

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French mouillé (wet, moist)

Adjective[edit]

mouillé (comparative more mouillé, superlative most mouillé)

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  1. (phonetics) Describing a palatal or palatalized consonant, particularly one historically derived from /l/ or /n/.

French[edit]

Adjective[edit]

mouillé (feminine singular mouillée, masculine plural mouillés, feminine plural mouillées)

  1. wet, moist (covered with liquid)
  2. wet, moist (of a woman, sexually excited)

Verb[edit]

mouillé m (feminine singular mouillée, masculine plural mouillés, feminine plural mouillées)

  1. past participle of mouiller

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