victorine

noun vic·to·rine \¦viktə¦rēn\

Definition of victorine

plural

-s

  1. :  a woman's fur tippet with long ends

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Origin and Etymology of victorine

probably from Queen Victoria + English -ine


Victorine

noun Vic·to·rine \¦viktə¦rēn\

Definition of Victorine

  1. :  a canon regular of the Order of St. Victor founded in Paris in 1110, widespread during the medieval period, famous for its learning, and extinct since the French Revolution

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Origin and Etymology of victorine

French victorin, from the Abbey of St. Victor near Paris, France + French -in -ine


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