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From French, itself from Italian

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Macaron

Plural
Macarons

Macaron (plural Macarons)
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  1. A sweet pastry traditionally made in France.

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XVIth century, from Italian maccarone, see macaroni.

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Macaron m. (plural Macarons)

  1. a sweet pastry made with almonds and egg white
    Des bocaux pleins de gâteaux secs, de macarons et de madeleines. (Émile Zola)
  2. buns rolled over the ears and worn symmetrically
    Marie-Hélène avait changé de coiffure; elle portait maintenant deux nattes qu'elle roulait en macarons sur ses oreilles. (Druon)
  3. round insignia
    Macaron tricolore.

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