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alouette

[ a-lwet or, for 2, a-loo-e-tuh; English al-oo-et-uh, ah-loo- ]
/ aˈlwɛt or, for 2, a luˈɛ tə; English ˌæl uˈɛt ə, ˌɑ lu- /
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noun, plural a·lou·et·tes [a-lwet; English al-oo-et-uhz, ah-loo-] /aˈlwɛt; English ˌæl uˈɛt əz, ˌɑ lu-/ for 1.

French. a lark.
(initial capital letter) a French children's song for group singing.

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  • Nous chantons deux, je lui rpte,Nous chantons d'amour;Deux dans notre nid d' alouette,Trois peut-tre un jour.

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