tricoter

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French, from Old French tricoter ‎(to beat with sticks), from Old French tricot ‎(stick, cudgel), derivative of trique ‎(stick, game played with sticks), from earlier estrique ‎(stick with which one uses to knock down grain), from *estrikier, *estriquer ‎(to strike), from Frankish *strīkan ‎(to move or pass one thing over another, strike), from Proto-Germanic *strīkaną ‎(to stroke, touch), from Proto-Indo-European *streyg- ‎(to strike). Cognate with Old High German strīhhan ‎(to smooth, stroke, spread, rub, strike), Old English strīcan ‎(to stroke, pass lightly over the surface, smooth, rub, wipe, strike, go, move, run). More at strike.

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tricoter

  1. to knit

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