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EtymologyEdit

From Old French sentier, from Vulgar Latin *semitārius, from Latin semita. Cognate to Spanish sendero Italian sentiero; cf. also Gaulish sentos.

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sentier m ‎(plural sentiers)

  1. path; pathway

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sentier m ‎(oblique plural sentiers, nominative singular sentiers, nominative plural sentier)

  1. path; pathway