Etymology
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framboise (n.)

1570s, from French framboise "raspberry" (12c.), usually explained as a corruption (by influence of French fraise "strawberry") of Dutch braambezie (cognate with German brombeere "blackberry," literally "bramble-berry"). "But some French scholars doubt this" [OED].

updated on January 04, 2015

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Definitions of framboise from WordNet

framboise (n.)
the common European raspberry; fruit red or orange;
Synonyms: wild raspberry / European raspberry / Rubus idaeus
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