abricó

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abricó

Etymology[edit]

From French abricot, from Catalan abrecoc, ultimately from Arabic (البرقوق (al-barqūq, plums)), from Byzantine Greek βερικοκκία (berikokkia), from Ancient Greek πραικόκιον (praikókion), from Late Latin (malum) praecoquum, from earlier Latin (persicum) praecox, literally 'over-ripe peach'.

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abricó m (plural abricós)

  1. apricot (fruit)
    • 1873, Joaquim de Almeida Pinto, Diccionario de botanica brasileira:
      Abricó. — Armeniaca vulgaris, Lamark. — Prunus armeniaca, Linn. — Fam. das Rosaceas. — Planta natural da Armenia;
      Apricot. - Armeniaca vulgaris, Lamark. - Prunus armeniaca, Linn. - Rosaceae Fam. - Plant native to Armenia;

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