valise

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noun va·lise \və-ˈlēs\

Origin and Etymology of valise

borrowed from French, “traveler's case, saddlebag,” going back to Medieval French, borrowed from Italian valigia, of obscure origin


First Known Use: 1615


VALISE Defined for English Language Learners

valise

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noun va·lise \və-ˈlēs\

Definition of valise for English Language Learners

  • : a small suitcase


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