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From Old French semence, semance, from Vulgar Latin *sēmentia, from Latin sēmentis (sowing, planting), from sēmen (seed).

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semence f (plural semences)

  1. seed (fertilized grain)
  2. (figuratively) seed (sperm)
  3. (figuratively) seed (precursor, something that makes another flourish)

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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *sēmentia, from Latin sēmentis (sowing, planting), from sēmen (seed).

NounEdit

semence f (plural semences)

  1. seed, seeds

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