celestine

noun
cel·es·tine
variants: or coelestine \ˈseləˌstēn, -īn; sə̇ˈlestə̇n \
plural -s

Definition of celestine 

(Entry 1 of 2)

celestine

adjective
ce·les·tine | \¦selə¦stēn\

Definition of celestine (Entry 2 of 2)

of food

: garnished with finely shredded pancakes usually used postpositively consommé celestine

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History and Etymology for celestine

Noun

German zölestin

Adjective

French célestine (in à la célestine in the Celestine manner) Celestine (“of an order of monks”), after Pope Celestine (French Célestine) V (Pietro di Murrone or Morone) †1296, its founder

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