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Borrowed from French écuelle. Doublet of scuttle and scutella.
écuelle (plural écuelles)
- A two-handled bowl for soup or porridge.
écuelle (third-person singular simple present écuelles, present participle écuelling, simple past and past participle écuelled)
- (transitive) To rub the surface of (fruit) in a bowl to extract essential oil
Inherited from Old French escuele, from Latin scutella (in Vulgar Latin influenced by scūtum), diminutive of Latin scutra.
écuelle f (plural écuelles)
- “écuelle”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language], 2012.
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