échalote

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French eschalote, alteration of Old French eschaloigne, from Medieval Latin scalongia, escalonia, from Classical Latin ascalonia (cēpa) "onion of Ascalon".

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Noun[edit]

échalote f (plural échalotes)

  1. shallot

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