sourd

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French sourd, from Old French sourt, sord, surt, surz, from Latin surdus.

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Adjective[edit]

sourd (feminine singular sourde, masculine plural sourds, feminine plural sourdes)

  1. deaf (person, animal)
    Synonyms: dur de la feuille, mal-entendant
  2. muffled (sound)
  3. (phonetics) unvoiced, voiceless
    Synonyms: dévoisé
    Antonyms: sonore

Noun[edit]

sourd m (plural sourds, feminine sourde)

  1. Deaf person

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Verb[edit]

sourd

  1. third-person singular present indicative of sourdre

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Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French sourt, sord, surt, surz, from Latin surdus.

Noun[edit]

sourd m (plural sourds)

  1. deaf person

Adjective[edit]

sourd m (feminine singular sourde, masculine plural sourdz, feminine plural sourdes)

  1. deaf

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