Definitions for valisevəˈlis; esp. Brit. -ˈliz

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

va•lisevəˈlis; esp. Brit. -ˈliz(n.)

  1. a small piece of hand luggage; suitcase.

Origin of valise:

1605–15; < F < It valigia; cf. ML valēsium

Princeton's WordNet

  1. valise(noun)

    a small overnight bag for short trips


  1. valise(Noun)

    A piece of hand luggage such as a suitcase or travelling bag.

  2. Origin: French, akin to Medieval Latin valisia.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Valise(noun)

    a small sack or case, usually of leather, but sometimes of other material, for containing the clothes, toilet articles, etc., of a traveler; a traveling bag; a portmanteau

Anagrams of valise

  1. aviles

Translations for valise

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


(American) a type of soft bag in which clothes and personal items are carried when travelling.

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