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prunelle

[ proo-nel ]
/ pruˈnɛl /
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noun

a sweet, brown, French liqueur distilled from plums.

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Origin of prunelle

<French, diminutive of pruneprune1
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prunelle
/ (pruːˈnɛl) /

noun

a green French liqueur made from sloes

Word Origin for prunelle

C18: from French: a little plum, from prune prune 1
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