priéthe

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French priere, proiere, from Medieval Latin or Late Latin precāria, feminine of Latin precārius ‎(obtained by entreaty), from precor, precārī ‎(beg, entreat).

Noun[edit]

priéthe f ‎(plural priéthes)

  1. (Jersey) prayer

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