vernicle

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noun ver·ni·cle \ˈvər-ni-kəl\
variants: or

vernacle

Definition of vernicle

Origin and Etymology of vernicle

Middle English vernicle, borrowed from Anglo-French, alteration of Medieval French veronique, veronicle, borrowed from Medieval Latin verōnica — more at 2veronica


First Known Use: 14th century


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