charbonnier

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English[edit]

charbonnier
(Tricholoma portentosum)

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French charbonnier.

Noun[edit]

charbonnier (plural charbonniers)

  1. Tricholoma portentosum (species of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae).
    • 2013, Pelle Holmberg and ‎Hans Marklund, “The charbonnier”, in The Pocket Guide to Wild Mushrooms[1], New York: Skyhorse Publishing, →ISBN:
      The charbonnier, also known as the sooty head mushroom, is unknown to many mushroom pickers.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

charbon +‎ -ier, Latin carbōnārius, from carbō.

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Noun[edit]

charbonnier m (plural charbonniers, feminine charbonnière)

  1. coalman (or person who sells charcoal)

Noun[edit]

charbonnier m (plural charbonniers)

  1. coal bunker (place where coal is stored)

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