normande

adjective
nor·​mande | \ nȯr-ˈmand How to pronounce normande (audio) \

Definition of normande

: prepared with any of several foods traditionally associated with Normandy (such as cream, apples, or cider)

First Known Use of normande

1868, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for normande

French, from feminine of normand Norman, from Normandy, France

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