- layette (n.)
- "baby's outfit," 1839, from French layette, properly the box in which it comes, subsequently transferred to the linen, from Middle French layette "chest of drawers," from laie "drawer, box," from Middle Dutch laeye, related to lade, load (v.).
- 1. Connie Corleone presented the baby with a silk layette handmade in Italy, enormously expensive and beautiful.
- 康妮-考利昂给她送了一套婴儿用品,丝绸衣服、被褥等都是意大利手工制品, 非常昂贵,非常漂亮.
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