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A set of clothing and bedding for a newborn child.
[French, from Old French, chest of drawers, diminutive of laie, box, from Middle Dutch laeye.]
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a complete set of articles, including clothing, bedclothes, and other accessories, for a newborn baby
[C19: from French, from Old French, from laie, from Middle Dutch laege box]
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an outfit of clothing, bedding, etc., for a newborn baby.
[1830–40; < French; Middle French laiete small coffer]
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Layettean outfit and toilet materials for a baby or young child, 1874.
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layette[leɪˈɛt] n → layette f
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n → Babyausstattung f
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layette[leɪˈɛt] n → corredino (per neonato)
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