fresno

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish fresno, freisno, frexno, frexeno, Latin fraxinus (ash tree), from *bʰr̥Hǵ-s-inos, adjective of Proto-Indo-European *bʰerHǵos (birch).

Noun[edit]

fresno m (plural fresnos)

  1. ash tree

Usage notes[edit]

Fresno is a common placename in Spanish speaking areas. These placenames have originated from the surname Fresno. Placenames Fresneda and Fresnillo share the same root.

Derived terms[edit]