ruche , rouche
n a strip of pleated or frilled lawn, lace, etc., used to decorate blouses, dresses, etc., or worn around the neck like a small ruff as in the 16th century
(C19: from French, literally: beehive, from Medieval Latin rusca bark of a tree, of Celtic origin)
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