châsse

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See also: chasse and chassé

French[edit]

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From Old French chasse, 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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châsse f ‎(plural châsses)

  1. reliquary
  2. coffin

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