alcornoque

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Etymology[edit]

From Mozarabic [script needed] (alqurnúq), from the Arabic article (al-) + quernus, variation of Latin quercus + Hispanic suffix -occus.

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Noun[edit]

alcornoque m (plural alcornoques)

  1. cork oak
  2. cork (bark of the cork oak)
    Synonym: corcho

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