treflée

adjective tre·flée
variants: or less commonly treflé \trāˈflā\ or trefly \ˈtreflē\

Definition of treflée

2 :ornamented with trefoils along the edge
  • a bend treflée

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Origin and Etymology of treflée

French treflé (feminine treflée), from trefle trefoil (from Latin trifolium) + -ate (from Latin -atus)


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