adjective lar·moy·ant \(ˈ)lär¦mȯiənt or as F\

Definition of larmoyant

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Origin and Etymology of larmoyant

French, present participle of larmoyer to be tearful, snivel, from Old French larmoier to weep, shed tears, from larme tear, from Latin lacrima — more at tear

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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