pl. -·seaux′ or -·seaus′
the clothes, linen, jewelry, etc. of a bride
Origin of trousseauFrench ; from OFr, diminutive of trousse, a bundle: see truss
nounpl. trous·seaux or trous·seaus
The possessions, such as clothing and linens, that a bride assembles for her marriage.
Origin of trousseauFrench, from Old French, diminutive of trousse, bundle; see truss.
(plural trousseaus or trousseaux)
From French trousseau, diminutive of trousse "˜bundle'.