noun ba·guette \ba-ˈget\

: a long, thin loaf of French bread

Full Definition of BAGUETTE

:  a gem having the shape of a narrow rectangle; also :  the shape itself
:  a long thin loaf of French bread

Origin of BAGUETTE

French, literally, rod, from Middle French, from Italian bacchetta, ultimately from Latin baculum staff
First Known Use: 1926


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