noix

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French nois, from Latin nux, nucem, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *knew-.

Note that both used to mean “nuts (in general)” and “walnuts (in particular)” – compare Spanish carne, meaning both “flesh (in general)” and “beef (in particular)”.

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noix f (plural noix)

  1. walnut
  2. nut

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Tai *noːjꟲ (small). Cognate with Thai น้อย (nɔ́ɔi), Lao ນ້ອຍ (nǭi), ᦓᦾᧉ (noay2), Shan ၼွႆႉ (nâ̰ui).

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noix (Sawndip forms 𫴻 or 𭁧 or 𮤰 or 𫴹 or 𮤭 or ⿰子内 or or or , old orthography noiч)

  1. few; little
    Antonym: lai