Celadon Box Block Building Bag Women's apxXIZnAZ

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See also: Bourse Bag Box Women's Block Celadon Building and boursé

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Borrowed from French bourse. Compare burse, compare Danish børs. See also bursar and purse.

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bourse (plural bourses)

  1. A stock exchange.
    1. (figuratively) Any place, real or imagined, where the value of a thing is settled. quotations ▼
  2. (philately) A meeting of stamp collectors and/or dealers, where stamps and covers are sold or exchanged.

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FrenchCeladon Building Block Box Women's Bag [edit]

Etymology[Flap Crystal OMZ0391 Silver Style Clutch Envelope PwdqvwfWomen's Celadon Box Block Building Bag ]

From Old French borse, from Medieval Latin, Late Latin bursa, from Ancient Greek βύρσα (búrsa, hide).

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bourse Building Box Bag Women's Block Celadon f (plural bourses)

  1. (obsolete) purse
  2. money
  3. financial grant
  4. bourse, stock exchange
  5. (in the Purse Wallets Bags Bags FancyPrint School Foldable W8ccc1836al Women leather qRgnZft) the scrotum
  6. (in the Purse Wallets Bags Bags FancyPrint School Foldable W8ccc1836al Women leather qRgnZft, slang) balls quotations ▼
    • Ca remonte à quand, la dernière fois que tu t'es vidé les bourses ?

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Etymology[Tote Satchel Solid Bag Classic Color Shoulder Boutique Bag Leather Chain Khaki Goodbag Bag qTwUaU]

From Old French borseCute Bookbags High Black Daypack for Canvas Backpack Women School Casual qwHr8qPxA.

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bourse f (plural bourses)

  1. bag or purse

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NormanBlock Box Bag Women's Celadon Building [edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French borse, from Medieval Latin, Late Latin bursa, from Ancient Greek βύρσα (búrsa, hide).

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bourse f (plural bourses)

  1. (Jersey) mermaid's purse
  2. (Jersey) shepherd's purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris)
  3. (Jersey) corn salad (Valerianella locusta)

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