Definition of bouillon blanc
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Origin and Etymology of bouillon blanc
French, from Middle French, from (assumed) Middle French bouillon mullein (modification—influenced by Middle French bouillon broth—of Late Latin bugillon-, bugillo, a plant, probably of Celtic origin and akin to Old Irish buge, a plant with a blue flower) + Middle French blanc white — more at blank
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