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Etymology of the French word porte-chape

the French word porte-chape
derived from the Old French word chape
derived from the Latin word cappa (cape, cloak, cassock)
derived from the Greek word kappa, κάππα
using the French prefix porte-
derived from the Old French word porter
derived from the Latin word portare (carry, bring)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *per-
derived from the French word manteau
derived from the Old French word mantel
derived from the Latin word mantellum (cloak, mantel; handtowel)
derived from the Medieval Latin word mantellus
derived from the Latin word mantus




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