aprikos

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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aprikos

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Arabic البَرْقُوق ‎(al-barqūq, plums), from Byzantine Greek βερικοκκῐ́ᾱ ‎(berikokkíā, apricot tree), from Ancient Greek πραικὄκῐον ‎(praikókion), from Late Latin (persica) praecocia ‎(literally over-ripe (peaches)), (mālum) praecoquum ‎(literally over-ripe (apple)). See English apricot for more info.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

aprikos m ‎(definite singular aprikosen, indefinite plural aprikoser, definite plural aprikosene)

  1. an apricot (fruit)

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Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Arabic البَرْقُوق ‎(al-barqūq, plums), from Byzantine Greek βερικοκκῐ́ᾱ ‎(berikokkíā, apricot tree), from Ancient Greek πραικὄκῐον ‎(praikókion), from Late Latin (persica) praecocia ‎(literally over-ripe (peaches)), (mālum) praecoquum ‎(literally over-ripe (apple)). See English apricot for more info.

Noun[edit]

aprikos m ‎(definite singular aprikosen, indefinite plural aprikosar, definite plural aprikosane)

  1. an apricot (fruit)

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Swedish[edit]

Noun[edit]

aprikos c

  1. apricot (fruit)

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