oie

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French oie, oe, oue, from Vulgar Latin *auca, contraction of *avica, from Latin avis ‎(bird). Compare Italian, Spanish and Catalan oca, Franco-Provençal ôye, Occitan and Romansch auca, Friulian ocje.

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Noun[edit]

oie f ‎(plural oies)

  1. goose

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish aidche and aidchi, the oblique forms of adaig, from earlier *adekʷī or *adekī, of unknown origin; possibly cognate with Latin āter ‎(dark) or Sanskrit अन्ध ‎(andha, blind).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Northern Manx) IPA(key): [ɛi]
  • (Southern Manx) IPA(key): [iː]

Noun[edit]

oie f ‎(genitive singular oie, plural oieghyn)

  1. night

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *auca, contraction of *avica, from Latin avis ‎(bird).

Noun[edit]

oie f ‎(oblique plural oies, nominative singular oie, nominative plural oies)

  1. goose (bird)

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