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lamelle

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French

Etymology

Latin lāmella (small, thin plate), the diminutive of lamina (thin plate, knife blade). This is the etymon of French omelette, English omelet.

Noun

lamelle f. (plural lamelles)

  1. strip (of food etc.)
  2. thin plate, lamina, lamella
  3. (especially Template loop detected: Template:context 1) vertical blinds

Italian

Noun

lamelle f.

  1. Plural form of lamella.

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