noun maz·a·rine \¦mazə¦rēn, ˈmazərə̇n\

Definition of mazarine



  1. 1 now usually mazarin \"\ :  a deep dish often of metal; especially :  one formerly used as a liner for a serving dish and usually pierced

  2. 2 :  mazarine blue

  3. 3 or mazarine hood [perhaps after Hortense Mancini, duchess of Mazarin †1699] :  a hood worn by women in the 17th century

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Origin and Etymology of mazarine

perhaps after Jules Mazarin †1661 French cardinal

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