Definition of bauson
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Origin and Etymology of bauson
Middle English baucyne, bausen, borrowed from Anglo-French bausande, baussan, bausun, noun derivative of bauçcan, bausent, balçan “piebald” — more at bausond ◆The Anglo-French use of the adjective as the name for the badger appears to have no parallel in contiental French.
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