noun ma·quette \ma-ˈket\

Definition of MAQUETTE

:  a usually small preliminary model (as of a sculpture or a building)

Origin of MAQUETTE

French, from Italian macchietta sketch, diminutive of macchia, ultimately from Latin macula spot
First Known Use: 1880


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