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See also: echarpe, écharpe, and écharpé

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Middle French escharpe, possibly from Frankish *skirpja or of other Germanic origin (compare Old Norse skreppa (small bag, wallet, satchel)). Alternatively from Medieval Latin scirpa (little woven bag of rushes), from Latin scirpus (rush, bullrush).

NounEdit

êcharpe f (plural êcharpes)

  1. (Jersey) scarf

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