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The word for 'mirror' in French: Analysis of miroir and glace in literary works, 1650–1799
Romance languages such as Portuguese, Galician, Spanish, and Italian inherited words descended from Latin SPECULUM 'mirror'. However, in the Gallo-Romance languages, Occitan, and Catalan, words derived from the Latin deponent verb MIRARI are used: miroir in French, miralh in Occitan, and mirall in Catalan. In French, glace, descendant of Latin GLACIA, is also utilized. The words miroir 'mirror' and glace 'ice' appeared in literature from the 12th century. The meanings of glace were extended todoi:10.5281/zenodo.7121540 fatcat:yxg6kycuqrbslla3nanxta3ag4