Véronique

adjective Vé·ro·nique \ˌvā-rȯ-ˈnēk\
variants: or less commonly

Veronique

play \ˌvā-rȯ-ˈnēk\

Definition of Véronique

  1. :  prepared or garnished with usually white seedless grapes sole Véronique

Origin and Etymology of véronique

borrowed from French, originally in filets de sole Véronique, allegedly after the operetta Véronique by André Messager that premiered in Paris in 1898 and London in 1904


First Known Use: 1907


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