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TdT É3, Vocab 60-64

Étape 3, Vie et Littérature Vocabulary

un chevalier knight
un col mountain pass
le versant slope, side (aspect)
l'arrière-garde rear-guard
escarpé(e,s) steep
caché(e,s) au-dessus hiding above
y compris including
telle qu'elle as
partant de starting out, taking off from
trahi (trahir) betrayed (to betray)
le beau-père stepfather
souffle (souffler) blows (to blow)
le cou neck
blessé(e, s) à mort mortally wounded
briser son épée break his sword
un péché sin
le pin pine tree
païen pagan, heathen
l'âme (f.) soul
jurer (juré) to swear (swore)
éprouver douleur et chagrin to feel pain and sorrow
tirer to pull
la barbe beard
ne plaise à Dieu may God not wish (may it not please God)
demeurer vivante to remain alive
plaignent (plaindre) they pity (to pity)
tomber amoureux (-euse) to fall in love
une bague a ring
une voile a sail
hisser to hoist
lier (a liés) to bind, to tie (bound together)
une ronce bramble, thorny bush
se pencher (se penche) to lean (leans over)
repousser aussitôt to grow right back
Created by: dconnolly