houx

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houx

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French houx, from Old French hous, hos, houlx (holly), from Old Frankish *hulis (holly), from Proto-Germanic *hulisaz (butcher's broom, forest thistle, holly). Cognate with Old High German hulis (holly), Old English holen (holly). More at holly.

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Noun[edit]

houx m (plural houx)

  1. (botany) holly

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