Aprikose

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German

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Dutch abrikoos, from French abricots, plural of abricot, from Spanish albaricoque, from Arabic اَلْبَرْقُوق (al-barqūq), from Classical Syriac ܒܰܪܩܽܘܩܳܐ (barqūqā), from Ancient Greek πραικόκιον (praikókion), from Latin praecox (overripe).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ˌap.ʁiˈkoː.zə]
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Noun

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Aprikose f (genitive Aprikose, plural Aprikosen)

  1. apricot
    Synonym: (Austria, Bavaria and South Tyrol) Marille f

Declension

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Descendants

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  • Estonian: aprikoos
  • Estonian: aprikóza (dated)
  • Latvian: aprikoze
  • Lithuanian: abrikosas

Further reading

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