pays

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pays

  1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of pay

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From Old French païs, from Late Latin pāgēnsis (inhabitant of a district), derived from Latin pāgus (countryside; district). Cognates include Italian paese. Borrowed into Catalan, Portuguese, and Spanish as país.

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pays m (plural pays)

  1. land, country, region
  2. (politics, geography) country

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pays m (plural pays)

  1. land; country; region

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French païs, from Late Latin pāgēnsis (inhabitant of a district), derived from Latin pāgus (countryside; district).

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pays m (plural pays)

  1. (Jersey) country

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