[ ron-del ]
/ rɒnˈdɛl /
a small disk of glass used as an ornament in a stained-glass window.
Jewelry. a flat bead, often of rock crystal or onyx, used in a necklace as a spacer between contrasting stones.
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Origin of rondelle
From French, dating back to 1830–40; see origin at rondel
Words nearby rondelle
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Example sentences from the Web for rondelle
Rondelle, ron-del′, n. anything round: one of the successive crusts formed on molten metal when cooling, a rosette.