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blafard

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French

Etymology

From Middle High German bleichvar ‘pale-coloured’, from bleich ‘pale’ + var ‘colour’ (compare German Farbe).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /blafaʀ/

Adjective

blafard m. (f. blafarde, m. plural blafards, f. plural blafardes)

  1. pale, wan, pallid

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