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eau de cologne

noun eau de co·logne \ˌō-də-kə-ˈlōn\
plural eaux de cologne \ˌō(z)-də-\

Definition of EAU DE COLOGNE

:  cologne

Origin of EAU DE COLOGNE

French, literally, Cologne water, from Cologne, Germany
First Known Use: 1802

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