seuil

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *solium, a blend of Latin solum ‘flat ground’ + solea ‘flat object, sandal’.

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seuil m (plural seuils)

  1. level
  2. (archaic or literary) threshold
  3. doorstep

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