Definition of Etrenne

1. a New Year's gift [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etrenne

etonitazene
etoolin
etoperidone
etoposide
etoposides
etorphine
etouffee
etouffees
etourdi
etourdie
etoxeridine
etozolin
etranger
etrangers
etravirine
etrenne (current term)
etrennes
etretinate
etrier
etriers
ets
ett
etter pike
ettercap
ettercaps
ettin
ettins
ettle
ettled
ettler

Literary usage of Etrenne

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1. Catherine De' Medici and the French Reformation by Edith Helen Sichel (1905)
"She complains that Jeanne had been admitted to a great clerical Council from which she had been excluded, and is hardly mollified by receiving an etrenne ..."

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