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aquarelle

[ak-wuh-rel, ah-kwuh-; French a-kwa-rel]
noun, plural aquarelles [ak-wuh-relz; French a-kwa-rel] .
1.
a watercolor.
2.
Printing. a printed picture that has been colored manually by applying watercolor through stencils, each color requiring a different stencil.

Origin:
1865–70; < French < Italian acquarella (now obsolete) watercolor, equivalent to Latin aquār(ius) of water (see aquarium) + Italian -ella -elle

aquarellist, noun
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aquarelle (ˌækwəˈrɛl)
 
n
1.  a method of watercolour painting in transparent washes
2.  a painting done in this way
 
[C19: from French]
 
aqua'rellist
 
n

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aquarelle
1869, from Fr. aquarelle (18c.), from It. acquerella "water-color," dim. of acqua, from L. aqua "water" (see aqua-).
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