scienche

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From an Old Northern French variant of Old French science, borrowed from Latin scientia (knowledge), from sciens, present participle of sciō, scīre (know), from Proto-Indo-European *skei- (to split, to dissect).

Noun[edit]

scienche f (plural scienches)

  1. (Jersey) science