pendeloque

noun pen·de·loque \ˌpäⁿdəˈlȯk\

Definition of pendeloque

plural

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  1. 1 :  a diamond or other gemstone cut in the form of a pear-shaped brilliant with a table — compare briolette

  2. 2 :  a usually pear-shaped glass pendant used for ornamenting a lamp or chandelier

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Origin and Etymology of pendeloque

French, blend of obsolete French pendeler to dangle (diminutive of French pendre to hang) and F breloque charm, breloque


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