vergé

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Etymology[edit]

From verge ‎(rod, verge), or from Latin virgātus.

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vergé m ‎(feminine singular vergée, masculine plural vergés, feminine plural vergées)

  1. past participle of verger

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vergé m ‎(feminine singular vergée, masculine plural vergés, feminine plural vergées)

  1. ribbed, veined
  2. laid (paper)
  3. streaky (colour)

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Noun[edit]

vergé m ‎(oblique plural vergez, nominative singular vergez, nominative plural vergé)

  1. virgate (measure of land)

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