cycene

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *kukinǭ ‎(kitchen), probably borrowed from Vulgar Latin *cocīna ‎(kitchen) (whence Spanish cocina, French cuisine, etc.), from Latin coquīna ‎(kitchen). Akin to Old High German chuhhina (German Küche ‎(kitchen), Middle Dutch cōkene ‎(kitchen), Danish køkken ‎(kitchen). More at cōc.

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cyċene f

  1. kitchen

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