suèr

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See also: suer and sür

Franco-Provençal[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the nominative form of Latin soror. Doublet of seror, inherited from the accusative form of that same Latin root.

Noun[edit]

suèr f (plural serors)

  1. sister

Usage notes[edit]

Even if the two forms are commonly used, the form seror is found more often, especially in the plural.