châsse

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See also: chasse and chassé

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French chasse, from Old Italian cassa, from Late Latin capsa, from Classical Latin capsus, whence also casse and caisse. The circumflex is to distinguish it from chasse rather than etymological.

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Noun[edit]

châsse f (plural châsses)

  1. reliquary
  2. coffin

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