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EtymologyEdit

From Old French larron, larrun, ladrun, ladron (cf. also the subjective case lerre), inherited from Latin latrōnem, accusative of latrō. Compare Spanish ladrón, Italian ladrone.

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larron m (plural larrons, feminine larronne)

  1. (archaic) thief
    Synonym: voleur

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