Definitions for rocailleroʊˈkaɪ; Fr. rɔˈkɑ yə

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ro•cailleroʊˈkaɪ; Fr. rɔˈkɑ yə(n.)

  1. a style of ornamentation incorporating rock and shell forms, characteristic of the Rococo period.

    Category: Furniture, Architecture

Origin of rocaille:

1855–60; < F: pebble-work, der. of rocrock1


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rockery(noun)

a heap of rocks in a garden with earth between them in which small plants are grown.

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