macaron

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French macaron. Doublet of macaroon.

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NounEdit

macaron (plural macarons)

 
Macarons
  1. Any of various pastries based on almond and egg white, traditionally made in France.

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FinnishEdit

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈmɑkɑron/, [ˈmɑkɑro̞n]
  • Syllabification: ma‧ca‧ron

NounEdit

macaron

  1. macaron (small pastry or cookie made with almond)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of macaron (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative macaron macaronit
genitive macaronin macaronien
partitive macaronia macaroneja
illative macaroniin macaroneihin
singular plural
nominative macaron macaronit
accusative nom. macaron macaronit
gen. macaronin
genitive macaronin macaronien
partitive macaronia macaroneja
inessive macaronissa macaroneissa
elative macaronista macaroneista
illative macaroniin macaroneihin
adessive macaronilla macaroneilla
ablative macaronilta macaroneilta
allative macaronille macaroneille
essive macaronina macaroneina
translative macaroniksi macaroneiksi
instructive macaronein
abessive macaronitta macaroneitta
comitative macaroneineen
Possessive forms of macaron (type risti)
possessor singular plural
1st person macaronini macaronimme
2nd person macaronisi macaroninne
3rd person macaroninsa

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Sixteenth century, from Italian maccarone, see macaroni.

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NounEdit

macaron m (plural macarons)

  1. macaron (pastry)
    • 1873, Émile Zola, Le Ventre de Paris:
      [] et elle était encore attendrie par les bocaux pleins de gâteaux secs, de macarons et de madeleines.
  2. buns rolled over the ears and worn symmetrically
    • 1948, Maurice Druon, Les Grandes Familles:
      Marie-Hélène avait changé de coiffure; elle portait maintenant deux nattes qu'elle roulait en macarons sur ses oreilles.
  3. round insignia
    macaron tricolore
    (please add an English translation of this usage example)

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DescendantsEdit

  • English: macaron

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