descort

noun
des·​cort | \deˈskȯ(ə)r\
plural -s

Definition of descort 

1 : a medieval French lyric in which the stanzas are unlike

2 : a poem in old Provençal literature with stanzas in different languages

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French, from Old French, literally, discord

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