[ kroh-kuh-nohl, -kin-yohl ]
/ ˈkroʊ kəˌnoʊl, -kɪnˌyoʊl /
a method of waving the hair by curling it around metal rods from the ends inward toward the scalp.
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Also called croquignole wave .
Origin of croquignole
1930–35; <French: light blow on the head or nose, small crunchy biscuit, apparently derivative of croquer to crunch (see croquette), though formation is unclear
Words nearby croquignole
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