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EtymologyEdit

From French manucure, coming from Latin manus, hand, and cura, care.

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manicure (plural manicures)

  1. A cosmetic treatment for the fingernails.
  2. (dated) A manicurist.

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manicure (third-person singular simple present manicures, present participle manicuring, simple past and past participle manicured)

  1. to trim the fingernails

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manicure

  1. (archaic) singular present subjunctive of manicuren

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manicure f (invariable)

  1. manicure
  2. manicurist

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EtymologyEdit

From French manicure

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ma.ɲiˈkʲir/, /ma.ɲiˈkʲjur/, /maˈɲikʲ.jur/

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manicure m inan

  1. manicure

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From French manucure

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manicure f (plural manicures)

  1. manicure (cosmetic treatment for the fingernails)
  2. manicurist (person who performs manicures)

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EtymologyEdit

Alternative form of manicura

NounEdit

manicure f (plural manicures)

  1. manicure