How do you spell womens lingerie?
The noun lingerie, pronounced “lahn-zhuh-RAY” by most Americans, comes from the French word lingerie, which means “things made of linen.” In English, lingerie has a bit of a racy connotation, because if you use this word instead of the more common underwear, you are probably talking about silk and lace — fancy
What does lingerie mean?
1 : women’s intimate apparel. 2 archaic : linen articles or garments.
How do you spell Langereis?
What is a Necklajay?
noun. underwear, sleepwear, and other items of intimate apparel worn by women.
Is lingerie A English word?
The word lingerie is a word taken directly from the French language, meaning undergarments, and used exclusively for more lightweight items of female undergarments. In English, it means women’s underwear or nightclothes. Lingerie as a word was first used to refer to underwear and bras in 1922.
How do you spell with?
Correct spelling for the English word “With” is [wˈɪð], [wˈɪð], [w_ˈɪ_ð] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
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