plaure

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See also: plauré

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Catalan plaer, plaser (or formed analogically from the conjugated form plau), from Old Occitan plazer and its variants, from Old Occitan [Term?], from Latin placēre, present active infinitive of placeō. See also plaer (pleasure). Compare Occitan and French plaire.

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plaure (first-person singular present plac, past participle plagut)

  1. to please
  2. to satisfy

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