serment

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French serement (1415, Charles d'Orléans), from Old French sairement (twelfth century), from earlier sagrament (842, Serments de Strasbourg), from Latin sacramentum; see also sacrement, a borrowed doublet.

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Noun[edit]

serment m (plural serments)

  1. oath, pledge

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