basilique

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French[edit]

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Basilique Saint-Marc, Venise

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin basilica. Compare the doublet basoche.

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Noun[edit]

basilique f (plural basiliques)

  1. (Antiquity) Covered building, Civil reunion place open to the public.
  2. (Christianity) Place of Christian prayer, consecrated by decision from the Vatican.

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Place of christian prayer (1) :


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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin basiliscus.

Noun[edit]

basilique m (oblique plural basiliques, nominative singular basiliques, nominative plural basilique)

  1. basilisk (legendary reptile)
  2. basil (herb)

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