1727, a kind of architectural ornament, from French baguette (16c.), from Italian bacchetta, actually "a tiny rod," diminutive of bacchio "rod," from Latin baculum "a stick" (see bacillus). Meaning "a diamond cut long" is from 1926; that of "a lengthy, thin loaf of French bread" is from 1958.
an extended, thin, cylindrical loaf of French breads with a crisp, brown crust and chewy inside; traditionally created from flour, sodium, water and yeast.
- an extended, narrow loaf of French breads, usually with a crispy brown crust and a soft, but chewy interior.
an extended stick always measure and examine distances. Additionally, it is employed for tracing outlines and markings. It measures 2in long as well as its width is 2in. Both groups' baguettes needs to be identical. (recreation: Boules)
slim French stick loaf
- a little molding, just like the astragal, but smaller; a bead.
- one of several minute figures present in the separated nucleoli of some Infusoria after conjugation.
- French bread
- French loaf [Br.]
- French stick [Br.]
- rectangular-shaped jewel
(n.) A little molding, like astragal, but smaller; a bead.
- (n.) Among small systems present in the separated nucleoli of some Infusoria after conjugation.