cornouille

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French cornolle, derived from Latin cornus with the suffix -ulla. Later influenced phonetically by the derived term cornouiller (dogwood, cornel shrub).

Noun[edit]

cornouille f (plural cornouilles)

  1. The cornel (fruit), cornelian cherry

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