"rivage" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

IPA: /ˈɹɪvɪdʒ/ [UK]
Forms: rivages [plural] Etymology: From Anglo-Norman rivage, Middle French rivage, from rive + -age. Etymology templates: {{etyl|xno|en}} “Anglo-Norman”, {{m|fro|rivage}} “rivage”, {{etyl|frm|en}} “Middle French”, {{m|frm|rivage}} “rivage”, {{m|fro|rive}} “rive”, {{m|fro|-age}} “-age”
  1. (now rare, poetic) A coast, a shore. Tags: archaic, poetic
    Sense id: rivage-en-noun-uboIO0ri
  2. (law, Britain, historical) A duty paid to the crown for the passage of vessels on certain rivers. Tags: Britain, historical Categories (topical): Law
    Sense id: rivage-en-noun-jpxBJm.m Categories (other): British English Topics: law

Noun [French]

IPA: /ʁi.vaʒ/ Audio: LL-Q150 (fra)-DSwissK-rivage.wav
Rhymes: -ɑʒ Forms: rivages [plural] Etymology: From rive +‎ -age, ultimately from Latin ripaticus (“moorage, shore”). Etymology templates: {{suffix|fr|rive|age}} “rive +‎ -age”, {{inh|fr|la|ripaticus||moorage, shore}} “Latin ripaticus (“moorage, shore”)”
  1. bank; shore; coast Tags: masculine
    Sense id: rivage-fr-noun-sRMD8CM9

Noun [Old French]

Forms: rivages [oblique, plural], rivages [nominative, singular], rivage [nominative, plural]
  1. riverbank or shore Tags: masculine
    Sense id: rivage-fro-noun-9o2FMFC9

Inflected forms

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