bogavante

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Etymology[edit]

Cross of lobagante (which is from Vulgar Latin *lucopante, from Ancient Greek λυκοπάνθηρος (lukopánthēros), "snow leopard," because of the fierce appearance of its large claws) with bogar (from Latin vocare (to call)) and avante (from Latin ab + ante).

Noun[edit]

bogavante m (plural bogavantes)

  1. lobster (specifically the European lobster Homarus gammarus)