layette

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NounEdit

layette (plural layettes)

  1. a complete set of clothing etc for a new baby
  2. an ERO (equipment repair order) parts bin in the United States Marine Corps, when discussing maintenance management and repair parts management. When conducting maintenance on a piece of equipment, or vehicle, parts are ordered. When parts come in they are placed into the bins until all the parts arrive, and then they are signed for by a mechanic and applied to the equipment, or vehicle.

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EtymologyEdit

From laie +‎ -ette.

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layette f (plural layettes)

  1. baby clothes, babywear
Last modified on 17 August 2013, at 12:34