Origin: Fr < emboucher, to put into the mouth < VL *imbuccare < L in, in + bucca, the cheek: see buccal
See embouchure in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: , from emboucher, to put or go into the mouth
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: : en-, in; see en-1
Origin: + bouche, mouth (from Latin bucca, cheek).
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