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From French garçon (waiter; boy), from Middle French, from Old French garçun (servant, oblique case of gars), from Frankish *warkjon, wrakjon (servant, boy, oblique case of *warkjo, wrakjo), from Proto-Germanic *wrakjô (exile, driven one), from Proto-Indo-European *wreg- (to drive)

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garçom m (plural garçons, feminine garçonete, feminine plural garçonetes)

  1. waiter (a server in a restaurant or similar)

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