nouôrriche

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Northern French (compare standard French nourrice), from Late Latin nūtrīcia, from the feminine of Latin nūtrīcius, or from a derivative of nūtrīx, nūtrīcem ‎(wet nurse).

Noun[edit]

nouôrriche f ‎(plural nouôrriches)

  1. (Jersey) childminder, nanny
  2. (Jersey) wet nurse