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cross of Lorraine

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noun
a cross having two crosspieces, the upper shorter than the lower.
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Origin of cross of Lorraine

First recorded in 1890–95
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cross of Lorraine

noun
a cross with two horizontal bars above and below the midpoint of the vertical bar, the lower longer than the upper
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