dacquoise

noun
dac·quoise | \dä-ˈkwäz \
plural dacquoises

Definition of dacquoise 

: a dessert made of layers of baked nut meringue with a filling usually of buttercream

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First Known Use of dacquoise

1954, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for dacquoise

French, from feminine of dacquois of Dax, a town in southern France

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