Origin of coupefrom coupé
- a closed carriage seating two passengers, with a seat outside for the driver
- in British railway cars, a half-compartment at the end, with seats on only one side
Origin of coupéFr, origin, originally past participle of couper, to cut, strike from coup, coup
- a. A dessert of ice cream or fruit-flavored ice, garnished and served in a special dessert glass.b. The stemmed glass in which a coupe is served.
- A shallow, bowl-shaped dessert dish.
Origin of coupeFrench cup from Late Latin cuppa
- A closed four-wheel carriage with a single bench seat inside and one outside for a driver.
- also coupe A closed two-door automobile.
Origin of coupeFrench from past participle of couper to cut from coup blow ; see coup.
From French coupe