Vocabulary 2: Layette

Layette \ ley-ET \

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning: an outfit of bedding, clothing, etc., for a new born baby

Origin: Layette  entered English in the early 1800’s. It comes from the Middle French word laiete meaning “small box.”

Sentence: Since after she knew about her pregnancy, she had been busy shopping for the coming baby; things like soft toys, layette, etc.