tanière

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French taisnere, tesniere, derived from Old French taisson (badger), from Late Latin taxō, taxōnis, itself of Germanic origin, from Proto-Germanic *þahsuz (compare German Dachs (badger)).

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tanière f (plural tanières)

  1. lair, den (of an animal)
  2. hideout, den, lair (of an outlaw)

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