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noun (1)

plural -s
: a woman's fur tippet with long ends


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noun (2)

: 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

Word History


Noun (1)

probably from Queen Victoria + English -ine

Noun (2)

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

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“Victorine.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 22 Mar. 2023.

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