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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French avachir ‎(to lose one's energy or force), from Old French avachir ‎(to sag), from Old Frankish *waikijan ‎(to soften), from Proto-Germanic *waikwijaną ‎(to soften, make pliable, avoid), from Proto-Indo-European *weig-, *weik- ‎(soft, pliable; to avoid). Cognate with Old High German weihjan ‎(to soften), Old English wǣcan ‎(to weaken, oppress, trouble), Old Norse veikja ‎(to bow, make feeble, weaken). More at weak.

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avachir

  1. to make soft; make limp or flabby; cause to sag.
  2. to render incapable of producing effort.

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