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Etymology of the French word codicille

the Old French word codicille
derived from the Late Latin word codicillus (notepad, small log; writing tablets)
derived from the Latin word codex (trunk of tree; piece, block of wood)
derived from the Latin word caudex (trunk of tree; piece, hunk of wood)


The earliest known usage of codicille in French dates from the 13th century.

Derivations in French


Derivations in other languages

English codicil, Romanian codicil


Word found in Old French

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