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EtymologyEdit

From Old French estal, from Old Frankish *stal (position), ultimately from Proto-Germanic *stallaz; cf. also Medieval Latin stallum. Compare Italian stallo, English stall.

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étal m (plural étals or étaux)

  1. (market) stall
  2. butcher's block

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