Etymology
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Delft

town in Holland,named from its chief canal, from Dutch delf, literally "ditch, canal;" which is related to Old English dælf and modern delve. As a short form of delftware, attested from 1714.

updated on October 10, 2017

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Definitions of Delft from WordNet

delft (n.)
a style of glazed earthenware; usually white with blue decoration;
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