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Date: 1600-1700
Language: French
Origin: coiffer 'to arrange hair', from coife type of hat, from Late Latin cofea

coiffure

noun
     
Related topics: Hair and Beauty
coif‧fure [countable]
formalDCB the way someone's hair is arranged [= hairstyle]
coiffured or coiffed adjective

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