noun, plural ca·hiers [ka-yeyz, kah-; French ka-yey] /kæˈyeɪz, kɑ-; French kaˈyeɪ/.
- notebook; exercise book; journal.
- paperback book.
Origin of cahier
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Contemporary Examples of cahier
The Post's cahier against Hagel covers the Pentagon budget and Iran's nuclear capability (surprised they left Israel out).Washington Post on Hagel
December 19, 2012
Historical Examples of cahier
Marise looked down at the cahier, its pages as blank as when she had sat down.Rough-Hewn
Father Cahier says he has failed to discover the significance of the emblems.
For more about them, see Cahier, Mélanges d'Archéologie, etc.Illuminated Manuscripts
John W. Bradley
One of them, Cahier de Gerville, afterwards a minister, delivered an impressive address.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)
Among other plans that in the cahier des tiers état of the city of Paris has some interest.The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens
"exercise book," c.1845, from French cahier "writing book, copy-book," from Old French cayer, originally quaier "sheet of paper folded in four" (see quire).