gite

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gite

 (zhēt)
n.
A simple, usually inexpensive rural vacation retreat especially in France.

[French gîte, lodging, lair, from Old French giste, from feminine past participle of gesir, to lie; see gist.]
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gîte

(ʒiːt)
n
a self-catering holiday cottage for let in France
[C20: French]
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