cabaça

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cabaça

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese cabaaça, from earlier *cabalaça, *calabaça, possibly from a pre-Roman (Iberia) language.

Cognate with Galician cabaza, Spanish calabaza and Catalan carabassa.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

cabaça f (plural cabaças)

  1. gourd (cultivated plant, used as vegetable or container)
  2. calabash
  3. bong (for smoking marijuana)