printanier

adjective prin·ta·nier \praⁿtȧnyā\
variants: or

printanière

\-yeer\

Definition of printanier

  1. :  made or dressed with diced spring vegetables a printanier soup

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Origin and Etymology of printanier

printanier from French, from printanier vernal, from Middle French, from printemps spring (from prin prime + temps time—from Latin tempus —) + -ier -er; printanière from French, feminine of printanier — more at prime, temporal


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