cotogna

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Etymology[edit]

From cotogno (quince tree), or less likely a Vulgar Latin root cotōnea, taken as a feminine singular from the plural of Latin cotōneum, ultimately from Ancient Greek κυδώνιον (kudṓnion). Also possibly from mela cotogna, from Latin māla cotōnea, also a feminine singular from the plural of mālum cotōneum (quince tree).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /koˈtoɲ.ɲa/, [koˈt̪oɲːä]
  • Hyphenation: co‧tó‧gna

Noun[edit]

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cotogna f (plural cotogne)

  1. quince (fruit)

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