goblet

goblet

[gob-lit]
noun
1.
a drinking glass with a foot and stem.
2.
Archaic. a bowl-shaped drinking vessel with no handles.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English gobelet < Old French, diminutive of gobel cup ≪ Celtic

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goblet (ˈɡɒblɪt)
 
n
1.  a vessel for drinking, usually of glass or metal, with a base and stem but without handles
2.  archaic a large drinking cup shaped like a bowl
 
[C14: from Old French gobelet a little cup, from gobel ultimately of Celtic origin]

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goblet
late 14c., from O.Fr. gobelet, dim. of gobel "cup," probably related to gobe "gulp down" (see gob (1)).
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Goblet definition


a laver or trough for washing garments. In Cant. 7:2, a bowl or drinking vessel, a bowl for mixing wine; in Ex. 24:6, a sacrificial basin. (See CUP.)

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