court–noué

noun \¦ku̇rˌnü¦ā, -rnə¦wā\

Definition of court–noué

plural

-s

  1. :  a disease of the grape characterized by shortening of internodes, by small leaves, and by decline of vigor —called also roncet

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Origin and Etymology of court–noué

French, from court short (from Latin curtus shortened) + noué knotted, past participle of nouer to tie, knot, from Old French noer — more at shear, denouement


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