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Dictionary French English: [vieux]

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atrabilaire {adj} [vieux]bad-tempered
derechef {adv} [vieux, littéraire] [encore une fois]once more
maigriot {adj} [fam.] [vieux]skinny
méd. mongolien {adj} [vieux] [péj.] [trisomique]mongoloid [dated] [péj.] [with Down's syndrome]
oint {adj} {past-p} [rare] [vieux]anointed
outrageux {adj} [vieux] [littéraire]outrageous
roide {adj} [vieux pour raide]stiff
ethn. hist. ling. thiois {adj} [vieux]Teutonic
bouter qn. [vieux]to drive sb. away / out
busquer qc. [vieux]to curve sth.
diligenter qc. [vieux]to drive sth. forward / on
cuis. égrainer qc. [rare] [vieux] [égrener] [la cosse de petits pois]to pod sth. [peas, beans]
essouriller qn./qc. [vieux]to eavesdrop on sb./sth.
gouailler [vieux]to jeer
éduc. professer qc. [vieux] [enseigner]to teach sth.
vêt. vareuse {f} [vieux]
bonhomme {m} [ex.: un vieux bonhomme]
fellow [ex.: an old fellow]
affurage {m} [argot ] [vieux]proceeds of crime
naut. baille {f} [baquet] [vieux]tub [for bathing in]
brave {m} [homme courageux] [vieux]brave man
bretteur {m} [fam.] [vieux]swashbuckler
occup. cabaretier {m} [vieux]innkeeper
occup. cabaretière {f} [vieux]innkeeper [female]
hist. occup. textile canut {m} [vieux] [ouvrier tisserand de la soie]canut [archaic] [silk worker]
hist. mil. naut. caraque {f} [vieux]carrack [mediaeval fighting ship]
hist. occup. vêt. chaussetier {m} [vieux]hosier [dated] [Middle Ages]
hist. occup. vêt. chaussetière {f} [vieux]hosier [female] [dated] [Middle Ages]
bourse occup. coulissier {m} [vieux] [péj.]stock-jobber [pej.]
dais {m} [vieux]canopy [e.g. for a throne]
damoiselle {f} [vieux] [demoiselle]damsel [literary] [archaic] [hum.]
anat. entrailles {} [vieux]belly [dated]
cuis. entremets {m} [vieux] [plat servi entre le rôti et le dessert]entremets
hist. mil. naut. gabare {f} [vieux]navy service ship in 14C
fin. hist. gabelle {f} [vieux]salt tax
galant {m} [vieux]beau [dated]
vêt. hardes {} [vieux vêtements très usés]rags [tatty old clothes]
hist. relig. indulgence {f} [vieux]indulgence [religious]
jouvenceau {m} [vieux ou ironique]whippersnapper [dated or hum.]
jouvencelle {f} [vieux]maiden [dated]
matineux {m} [vieux] [personne]early riser
géogr. Misnie {f} [vieux] [Meissen] [ville de Saxe, en Allemagne]Meissen
méd. mongol {m} [péj.] [vieux] [trisomique]mongol [pej.] [dated] [male person with Down's syndrome]
méd. mongole {f} [péj.] [vieux] [trisomique]mongol [pej.] [dated] [female person with Down's syndrome]
méd. mongolien {m} [vieux] [péj.] [trisomique]mongoloid [dated] [péj.] [male person with Down's syndrome]
méd. mongolienne {f} [vieux] [péj.] [trisomique]mongoloid [dated] [péj.] [female person with Down's syndrome]
méd. mongolisme {m} [péj.] [vieux]mongolism [pej.] [dated]
arch. relig. moutier {m} [vieux]monastery
hist. naut. nef {f} [vieux] [navire]ship
nopces {} [vieux] [noces]marriage [wedding]
orn. T
postillon {m} [sorte de cocher] [vieux]postilion (rider) [dated] [also: postillion, postilon]
bot. ramage {m} [vieux] [rameau, branchage]foliage
cuis. rôtie {f} [can. ou vieux] [un (morceau de) toast]toast
ruisseau {m} [vieux] [caniveau]gutter [in road]
monnaie sac {m} [fam.] [vieux] [10 francs]ten French Francs [dated]
occup. savetier {m} [vieux]cobbler
hist. occup. savetier {m} [vieux]shoemender
vêt. surtout {m} [vieux]overcoat
cuis. hist. tailloir {m} [vieux]piece of bread or wood used as plate in Middle Ages
taquoir {m} [vieux] [imprimerie]planer [printing]
trantran {m} [vieux]humdrum routine
trottin {m} [vieux] [fam.]errand girl
2 Words: Others
Dame ! [fam.] [vieux]Upon my word! [coll.]
2 Words: Verbs
celer qc. à qn. [littéraire] [vieux]to conceal sth. from sb.
2 Words: Nouns
hist. ling. moyen {m} néerlandais [vieux]Middle Dutch [until approx. 1500, pre-cursor of Modern Dutch language]
3 Words: Others
Que nenni ! [vieux]No way!
3 Words: Verbs
courir la gueuse [fam.] [vieux] [péj.]to go looking for a bit of skirt [coll.]
3 Words: Nouns
bec-de-canne {m} [vieux]door handle
anat. méd. bec-de-lièvre {m} [vieux] [péj.]harelip [no longer in scientific use] [coll.] [sometimes offensive] [cleft lip]
anat. matrice {f} à l'estomac [vieux]womb
hist. relig. pratique {f} des indulgences [vieux]sale of indulgences
ling. vieux haut allemand {m} [aussi : vieux haut-allemand]Old High German
4 Words: Nouns
hist. pol. Frédéric {m} II de Prusse [1712-1786] [aussi : Frédéric le Grand or le vieux Fritz]Frederick II [1712-1786] [also: Frederick the Great or The Old Fritz] [King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786]
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