tchaûdron

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French chaudron, chauderon (cf. caudron), from chaudiere, or from a derivative of Late Latin caldaria or Classical Latin caldārium, from cal(i)dus (warm, hot).

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tchaûdron m (plural tchaûdrons)

  1. (Jersey, cooking) cauldron, copper, boiler

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