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1. An often homeless girl who roams about the streets; an urchin.
2. A petite, charming girl or woman, especially one with a playful demeanor.
[French, feminine of gamin, gamin.]
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gamine(ˈɡæmiːn; French ɡamin)
a. a slim and boyish girl or young woman; an elfish tomboy
b. (as modifier): a gamine style of haircut.
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gam•ine(ˈgæm in, -ɪn, gæˈmin)
1. a neglected girl left to run about the streets.
2. a diminutive girl, esp. one who is pert.adj.
3. of or like a gamine.
[1895–1900; < French; feminine of gamin]
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