cycene

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *kukinǭ (kitchen), probably borrowed from Vulgar Latin *cocīna (kitchen) (whence Spanish cocina, French cuisine, etc.), from Latin coquīna (kitchen). Akin to Old High German chuhhina (German Küche (kitchen), Middle Dutch cōkene (kitchen), Danish køkken (kitchen). More at cōc.

Noun[edit]

cyċene f

  1. kitchen

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