noun re·flet \rə̇ˈflā, rēˈf-\

Definition of reflet



  1. :  special brilliance of surface :  metallic luster especially on ceramic ware gold reflet of majolica ware

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Origin and Etymology of reflet

French, modification (influenced by Latin reflectere) of Italian riflesso, from riflesso, adjective, reflected, from Latin reflexus, past participle of reflectere to reflect

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