vaisselle

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French vaissele, veissele, from Vulgar Latin vāscella, from the neuter plural of Late Latin vāscellum, diminutive of Latin vāsculum, diminutive of vās (vessel). Compare Catalan vaixella, Spanish vajilla.

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Noun[edit]

vaisselle f (uncountable)

  1. crockery, dishes, dishware
  2. table- and cookware that remains to be washed.

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French vaissele, veissele, from Vulgar Latin vāscella, from the neuter plural of Late Latin vāscellum, diminutive of Latin vāsculum, diminutive of vās (vessel).

Noun[edit]

vaisselle f (plural vaisselles)

  1. (Jersey) crockery

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