niçoise

[nee-swahz; French nee-swaz]
adjective
1.
in the style of Nice, France.
2.
garnished or prepared with tomatoes, and often anchovies, black olives, capers, etc.: salade niçoise.
noun

Origin:
ellipsis of French à la niçoise (niçoise, feminine of niçois, equivalent to Nice Nice + -ois, Old French -eis < Latin -ēnsis -ensis)

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