charlotte

[ shahr-luh t ]
/ ˈʃɑr lət /

noun

a dessert of many varieties, served hot or cold and commonly made by lining a mold with cake or bread and filling it with fruit, whipped cream, custard, or gelatin.
the mold used in making this dessert.

Origin of charlotte

From French, dating back to 1790–1800, special use of woman's name

Definition for charlotte (2 of 2)

Charlotte

[ shahr-luh t ]
/ ˈʃɑr lət /

noun

Grand DuchessCharlotte Aldegonde Elise Marie Wilhelmine, 1896–1985, sovereign of Luxembourg 1919–64.
a city in S North Carolina.
a female given name: derived from Charles.
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British Dictionary definitions for charlotte (1 of 2)

charlotte

/ (ˈʃɑːlət) /

noun

a baked dessert served hot or cold, commonly made with fruit and layers or a casing of bread or cake crumbs, sponge cake, etcapple charlotte
short for charlotte russe

Word Origin for charlotte

C19: from French, from the name Charlotte

British Dictionary definitions for charlotte (2 of 2)

Charlotte

/ (ˈʃɑːlət) /

noun

a city in S North Carolina: the largest city in the state. Pop: 584 658 (2003 est)
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Culture definitions for charlotte

Charlotte


City in southern North Carolina.

Note

Largest city of the state, and the foremost commercial and industrial center of the Piedmont region.

Note

Named for Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III of England.
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