Origin and Etymology of veneering
earlier faneering, borrowed from Early Modern German fournirung, furnirung, noun derivative of fourniren, furniren (modern furnieren) “to apply thin strips of wood or other material (to cabinetwork, etc.),” borrowed from French fournir “to provide (with), furnish”
First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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