[ French, from aubain
an alien, from Latin alibi
elsewhere.] Succession to the goods of a stranger not naturalized. Littré. Droit d'aubaine the right, formerly possessed by the king of France, to all the personal property of which an alien died po...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/A/144
• (n.) Succession to the goods of a stranger not naturalized.
Found on http://thinkexist.com/dictionary/meaning/aubaine/
In old French customs, aubaine (obɛn, windfall) was the inheritance of goods from a foreigner who died in a country where he was not naturalized. The word is formed from aubain, a foreigner, which Gilles Ménage derived further from the Latin alibi natus; Jacques Cujas derived from advena; and du Cange from albanus, a Scot or Irishman, by the rea...
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Synonymous with the white grape Chardonnay , see there.
Found on http://www.wein-plus.eu/en/Aubaine_3.0.4052.html
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