chantarelle vs chanterelle what difference

what is difference between chantarelle and chanterelle

English

Noun

chantarelle (plural chantarelles)

  1. Alternative spelling of chanterelle


English

Etymology

Borrowed from French chanterelle, from New Latin cantharellus, diminutive of Latin cantharus (drinking vessel).

Pronunciation

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈtʃæntəɹɛl/, /ʃɒntəˈɹɛl/

Noun

chanterelle (plural chanterelles)

  1. (mycology) A widely distributed edible mushroom, Cantharellus cibarius, being yellow and trumpet-shaped; or any similar mushroom of the genera Cantharellus, Polyozellus or Gomphus, not all of which are edible.
    • 1979, Angela Carter, ‘The Erl-King’, The Bloody Chamber, Vintage 2006, p. 98:
      Even the homely wood blewits, that you cook like tripe, with milk and onions, and the egg-yolk yellow chanterelle with its fan-vaulting and faint smell of apricots, all spring up overnight like bubbles of earth, unsustained by nature, existing in a void.
  2. (music) The highest string of the violin or similar instrument.

Synonyms

  • (mushroom): girolle

Derived terms

  • black chanterelle
  • funnel chanterelle

Translations

Further reading

  • chanterelle on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

French

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ʃɑ̃.tʁɛl/

Etymology 1

From the genus name, New Latin Cantharellus, from Latin cantharus (drinking vessel).

Noun

chanterelle f (plural chanterelles)

  1. (mycology) chanterelle
    Synonym: girolle
Descendants
  • English: chanterelle

Etymology 2

chanter +‎ -elle

Noun

chanterelle f (plural chanterelles)

  1. (music) chanterelle (highest string of the violin or similar instrument)

Further reading

  • “chanterelle” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

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