fonoll

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Etymology[edit]

From earlier fenoll, from Old Occitan (compare Occitan fenolh), from Vulgar Latin *fenuclum, syncopated form of Late Latin fēnuculum (compare French fenouil, Spanish hinojo), from Latin fēniculum, diminutive of fēnum (herb).

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fonoll m (plural fonolls)

  1. fennel

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