aiguière

noun ai·guière \(ˈ)āg-¦yer\

Definition of aiguière

plural

-s

  1. :  a decorative pitcher-shaped usually tall and slender vessel with a handle and spout

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Origin and Etymology of aiguière

French, from Middle French, from Old Provençal aiguiera, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin aquaria, from Latin, feminine of aquarius of water — more at ewer


First Known Use: 1848


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