Definition of rosace in English:

rosace

Syllabification: ro·sace
Pronunciation: /rōˈzās, rōˈzäs
 
/

noun

An ornamentation resembling a rose, in particular a rose window.

Origin

mid 19th century: from French, from Latin rosaceus 'roselike' (see rosaceous).

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