paralisie

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin paralysis, from Ancient Greek παράλυσις ‎(parálusis, palsy), from παραλύειν ‎(paralúein, to disable on one side), from παρά ‎(pará, beside) + λύειν ‎(lúein, loosen).

Noun[edit]

paralisie f ‎(oblique plural paralisies, nominative singular paralisie, nominative plural paralisies)

  1. paralysis
    Un mal sudain e laid de grant baillie Ke nomé est paralisie
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