Definition of loup–cervier
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Origin and Etymology of loup–cervier
Canadian French, from French, lynx, from Latin lupus cervarius, literally, deer wolf, from lupus wolf + cervarius of deer, from cervus deer, stag + -arius -ary — more at hart
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