Victorine

[ship] Victorine was a schooner of 70 tons built in Mauritius and registered in Hobart. Owned by Edward Lord, she disappeared off the coast of Australia in 1822. On 24 August 1822, the schooner, under command of Captain William Risk, left Sydney bound for Mauritius. Carrying a crew of seven or eight the ship disappeared en route and was pre...
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Victorine

Vic`torĀ·ine' noun A woman's fur tippet.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/V/23

Victorine

• (n.) A woman`s fur tippet.
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victorine

woman's fur tippet (cape, or scarflike garment for covering the neck, or the neck and shoulders, -- usually made of fur, cloth, or other warm material.)
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Victorine

Victorine is a French name for girls. The meaning is `victorious, conquerer` The name Victorine is most commonly given to French girls. The chances are 100 times greater that girls are called Victorine there. What do they use in other countries? Vic (English) Victory Victoria (German, Spanish, English) Victoire (French) The name sounds like: Viktor...
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victorine

fur scarf or stole fastened at the neck
Found on http://phrontistery.info/v.html
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