framboise

noun fram·boise \ fräⁿ-ˈbwäz \
|Updated on: 23 May 2018

Definition of framboise

: a brandy or liqueur made from raspberries

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Origin and Etymology of framboise

French, literally, raspberry, from Old French, of Germanic origin; akin to Dutch braambes blackberry, literally, bramble berry, Old High German brāmberi — more at broom, berry


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