cullera

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Etymology 1[edit]

Etymology uncertain, probably from Latin cochleare, from cochlea (shell), possibly through French cuillère. Compare Occitan culhièr, Spanish cuchara, Portuguese colher.

Noun[edit]

cullera f (plural culleres)

  1. spoon
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Etymology 2[edit]

A male Northern shoveler duck.

By extension from the above.

Noun[edit]

cullera f (plural culleres)

  1. northern shoveler duck, Anas clypeata
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Etymology 3[edit]

Etymology unknown.

Noun[edit]

cullera f (plural culleres)

  1. a small area which is accidentally left unpainted.

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