ouvrer

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From Old French ovrer, Late Latin operō, operāre, from the deponent Classical Latin verb operor. Doublet of œuvrer (an analogical form created to avoid the confusion with ouvrir) and opérer.

Verb[edit]

ouvrer

  1. (transitive, intransitive) to work

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French ovrer (to work), from Late Latin operō, operāre, from the deponent Classical Latin verb operor, operārī (work, labor), from opus (work, accomplishment), from Proto-Indo-European *h₃ep-os- (work), from the verbal root *h₃ep- (to work).

Verb[edit]

ouvrer

  1. (Jersey) to knit