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rosace

[ roh-zeys, -zahs ]

rosace

/ ˈrəʊzeɪs /

noun

  1. another name for rose window
  2. another name for rosette


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Word History and Origins

Origin of rosace1

1840–50; < French < Latin rosāceus rosaceous
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Word History and Origins

Origin of rosace1

C19: from French, from Latin rosāceus rosaceous
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Example Sentences

Remove the ring from the plate and remove the top layer of parchment from the rosace of cooked scallop.

For the Sea Scallop Rosace Remove the side muscle from the scallops and reserve.

A rosace above, of most brilliant glass, thirty-six feet in diameter; open gallery of fifteen divisions.

Pyrus, pī′rus, n. a genus of trees and shrubs of the natural order Rosace, sub-order Pome.

An exudation from the stems of cherry, plum, and some other of the Rosace.

The rosace is substituted by a three-lobed window, the central pane of which is larger than the lateral two.

This valuable plant is generally placed in the family Rosace, which includes many species of economic and ornamental importance.

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Rosarosacea