fougade

noun fou·gade \ (ˈ)fü¦gäd \

Definition of fougade

plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of fougade

French, modification of Italian fogata chase, pursuit, light surface mine, from feminine of fogato, past participle of fogare to put to flight, from Latin fugare, from fuga flight; akin to Latin fugere to flee


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