saetchî

WalloonEdit

EtymologyEdit

From saetch (sack) +‎ (verbal suffix) (from Latin -are after a palatal); Old French sachier; first sense was probably "to pull out of a (grain) sack", then taking all senses of "to pull".

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

saetchî

  1. to pull
    Synonyms: haetchî, tirer
  2. (saetchî on côp d' fizik) : to fire, to shoot
  3. (saetchî al bouxhete, saetchî on limero) : to draw (to determine the result of a lottery)