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Friday word: Jabot

A French word this time, but one I had first learned in Russian.
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ja·bot

noun \zha-ˈbō, ˈja-ˌbō\

1: a fall of lace or cloth attached to the front of a neckband and worn especially by men in the 18th century
2: a pleated frill of cloth or lace attached down the center front of a woman's blouse or dress



Etymology: French, originally "crop of a bird".
First Known Use: 1823
Tags: french, j, noun, wordsmith: med_cat
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