Last modified on 25 January 2015, at 16:29

c'mîn

NormanEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Northern French, from Latin cammīnus (way), from Gaulish. Compare French chemin, from Old French.

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NounEdit

c'mîn m (plural c'mîns)

  1. (Jersey) path
    • 2013 March 1, Geraint Jennings, “Mar martello”, The Town Crier, page 20:
      Tout coumme y'a tréjous un tas d'martel'lie par les c'mîns à chutte saison-chîn.
      Nevertheless there's always a lot of hammering going on at this time of year.

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