pînchi

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French pincer, pincier ‎(to pinch, find fault), from Vulgar Latin *pincāre, a nasalised variant of *piccāre ‎(to pick, pierce), from Frankish *pikkōn, from Proto-Germanic *pikōną *pukaną ‎(to pick, peck, prick, knock), from Proto-Indo-European *bew- ‎(to make a dull sound).

Verb[edit]

pînchi

  1. (Jersey) to pinch

Derived terms[edit]