mar celling

marcel

[mahr-sel]
verb (used with object), marcelled, marcelling.
1.
to wave (the hair) by means of special irons, producing the effect of regular, continuous waves (marcel waves)
noun
2.
a marcelling.
3.
a marcelled condition.

Origin:
1890–95; named after Marcel Grateau (1852–1936), French hairdresser who originated it

marceller, noun
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marcel (mɑːˈsɛl)
 
n
1.  Also called: marcel wave a hairstyle characterized by repeated regular waves, popular in the 1920s
 
vb , -cels, -celling, -celled
2.  (tr) to make such waves in (the hair) with special hot irons
 
[C20: after Marcel Grateau (1852--1936), French hairdresser]
 
mar'celler
 
n

Marcel (French marsɛl)
 
n
Gabriel (Honoré) (ɡabriɛl). 1889--1973, French Christian existentialist philosopher and dramatist, whose philosophical works include Being and Having (1949) and The Mystery of Being (1951)

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