what is difference between bouquet and corsage
Borrowed from French bouquet. Doublet of bosket.
- IPA(key): /boʊˈkeɪ/, /buˈkeɪ/
- Rhymes: -eɪ
bouquet (plural bouquets)
- A bunch of cut flowers.
- The scent of a particular wine.
- The heart note of a perfume.
- A compliment or expression of praise.
- (mathematics) A bouquet of circles.
- (card games) The reserve of cards in the game of Flower Garden and variations.
- (cartomancy) The ninth Lenormand card, sometimes called Flowers instead.
- bouquet of circles, bouquet of spheres, bouquets and brickbats
- bouquet garni
Borrowed from French bouquet.
- IPA(key): /bukɛ/, [b̥uˈkʰɛ] or IPA(key): /buke/, [b̥uˈkʰe]
bouquet c (singular definite bouqueten or bouquet’en, not used in plural form)
- bouquet (scent of wine)
- “bouquet” in Den Danske Ordbog
From Old French bochet, from bois (“woods”), from Medieval Latin boscus (“grove”), from Frankish *busk, from Proto-Germanic *buskaz (“bush, thicket”), probably from Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH- (“to grow”).
- IPA(key): /bu.kɛ/
bouquet m (plural bouquets)
- bouquet, bunch
- a set or selection of something.
- aroma, bouquet (scent of wine)
- bouquet garni
- “bouquet” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
Borrowed from French corsage.
- (UK) IPA(key): /kɔːˈsɑːʒ/
corsage (plural corsages)
- (obsolete) The size or shape of a person’s body.
- (now only historical) The waist or bodice of a woman’s dress.
- A small bouquet of flowers, originally worn attached to the bodice of a woman’s dress.
- cargoes, socager
From Old French cors (“body”) + -age.
- IPA(key): /kɔʁ.saʒ/
corsage m (plural corsages)
- (obsolete) body, torso
- (historical) bodice, corsage
- blouse, camisole; top
- → English: corsage
- “corsage” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).