cornel

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From Middle English corneille, borrowed from Middle French corneille, from Vulgar Latin *cornicula, from Latin cornus (the European cornel).

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  • Hyphenation: cor‧nel

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cornel (plural cornels)

European cornel fruits
  1. Any tree or shrub of the dogwood subgenera, Cornus subg. Arctocrania (syn. Cornus subg. Chamaepericlymenum) or Cornus subg. Cornus, especially Cornus mas, the European cornel.
  2. The cherry-like fruit of such plants, certain of which are edible.

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cornel

  1. Alternative form of kernel