noun \ˈgwäsh\

Definition of GOUACHE

:  a method of painting with opaque watercolors
a :  a picture painted by gouache
b :  the pigment used in gouache

Origin of GOUACHE

French, from Italian guazzo, literally, puddle, probably from Latin aquatio watering place, from aquari to fetch water, from aqua water — more at island
First Known Use: 1882

Rhymes with GOUACHE


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