cenoura

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cenouras

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Etymology[edit]

From earlier çanoira, from Old Spanish çahanoria (Modern zanahoria), from Andalusian Arabic *[script needed] ‎(safunnárya), from Arabic إِسْفَنَارِيَّة ‎(ʾisfanāriyya), from Ancient Greek σταφυλίνη ‎(staphulínē) ἀγρία ‎(agría).

Cognate with Galician cenoira, Mirandese cenoura, Asturian cenahoria, Spanish zanahoria, Catalan safanòria and Basque azenario.

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Noun[edit]

cenoura f (plural cenouras)

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