prunelle

prunelle

[proo-nel]
noun
1.
a sweet, brown, French liqueur distilled from plums.

Origin:
< French, diminutive of prune prune1

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prunella, prunelle or prunello1 (pruːˈnɛlə, pruːˈnɛl, pruːˈnɛləʊ)
 
n
a strong fabric, esp a twill-weave worsted, used for gowns and the uppers of some shoes
 
[C17: perhaps from prunelle, with reference to the colour of the cloth]
 
prunelle, prunelle or prunello1
 
n
 
[C17: perhaps from prunelle, with reference to the colour of the cloth]
 
prunello, prunelle or prunello1
 
n
 
[C17: perhaps from prunelle, with reference to the colour of the cloth]

prunelle (pruːˈnɛl)
 
n
a green French liqueur made from sloes
 
[C18: from French: a little plum, from pruneprune1]

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