plianche

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French planche, from Late Latin planca, probably from Vulgar Latin *palanca, from Latin phalanga (wooden roller; pole for carrying things) possibly under influence from plānus (level, flat, even).

Noun[edit]

plianche f (plural plianches)

  1. (Jersey) board

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