Framboise



[frahn-bwaz] /frɑ̃ˈbwaz/

noun, plural framboises
[frahn-bwaz] /frɑ̃ˈbwaz/ (Show IPA). French.
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3.
a brandy distilled from .
/frɑ̃bwaz/
noun
1.
a brandy distilled from raspberries in the Alsace-Lorraine region
n.

1570s, from French framboise “raspberry” (12c.), usually explained as a corruption of Dutch braambezie (cognate with German brombeere “blackberry,” literally “bramble-berry”). “But some French scholars doubt this” [OED].

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