polaire

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French polaire, from Medieval Latin polaris(of or pertaining to poles), from Latin polus(pole or end of an axis), from Ancient Greek πόλος(pólos, sky, pivot or axis of a sphere), from Proto-Indo-European *kwolo-(turn around), from *kwel-(to move around, to roll or wheel).

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polaire m, f ‎(plural polaires)

  1. polar

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