garance

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garance f

  1. guarantee (anything that assures a certain outcome)

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French garance, from Old French garance, warance, from Frankish *wratja, from Proto-Germanic *wratjō (red dye). Cognate with Old High German rezza, reiza (scarlet; purple; crimson; red; madder), Old English wrǣtt, wrǣtte (crosswort; madder).

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Noun[edit]

garance f (plural garances)

  1. madder (plant)
  2. rose madder

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