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EtymologyEdit

From Old French anee, equivalent to an +‎ -ée; an ‎(year) from Latin annus ‎(year). Perhaps alternatively from a Vulgar Latin annāta, from Latin annō, annāre; compare Italian annata.

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année f ‎(plural années)

  1. year (period)

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French anee, equivalent to an +‎ -ée; an ‎(year) from Latin annus ‎(year). Perhaps alternatively from a Vulgar Latin annāta, from Latin annō, annāre, compare French année, Walloon anêye, Italian annata.

NounEdit

année f ‎(plural années)

  1. (Jersey, Sark) year

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