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Saxe

- Porcelaine de Saxe.
- Objet en porcelaine de Saxe

http://www.cnrtl.fr/definition/saxe

« Last Edit: 27 Mar, 2011, 10:34:07 by Frederique »
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Yes, the French word Saxe occurs in English dictionaries, but it's still a French word, not an English word.  For example, in the American Heritage Dictionary s.v. Saxe:  "The French name for Saxony."  
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Thanks Bill!

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« Last Edit: 27 Mar, 2011, 09:21:46 by Frederique »
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Thanks Bill!

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You're welcome, Frederique.  But why not correct the title?  "Saxe → Saxe" is French → French.  Isn't this the English → French board?



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It too early in the morning...I lost an hour of sleep from daylight saving time :-) Will transfer the thread after brunch. :-)
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