- cartridge belt,
- cartridge brass,
- cartridge clip,
- cartridge paper
Origin of cartouche
Examples from the Web for cartouche
XX, 29, is perhaps a name compounded with that of a king, the latter being in a cartouche.El Kab|J.E. Quibell
At last, when Cartouche had sufficiently amused himself, he turned his attention to escape.The Man With the Black Feather|Gaston Leroux
Both were men of many mistresses, but again in his conduct with women Cartouche showed an honester talent.A Book of Scoundrels|Charles Whibley
The subject is enclosed within a cartouche, with flowers, etc., in the Chinese taste covering the rest of the field.
A cartouche on the right is inscribed, Ftes Publiques loccasion du mariage de Mr. le Dauphin.
Word Origin for cartouche
1610s, "scroll-like ornament," also "paper cartridge," from French cartouche, the French form of cartridge (q.v.). Application to Egyptian hieroglyphics dates from 1830, on resemblance to rolled paper cartridges.