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French-English translation for: [sami]
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Dictionary French English: [sami]

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ethn. géogr. Samis {m.pl} [peuple autochtone d'une zone qui couvre le nord de la Suède, de la Norvège et de la Finlande ainsi que la péninsule de Kola en Russie connue sous le nom de Laponie]Sámi people [also: Sami or Saami]
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