panocha

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *pānucla < *pānucula, from Latin pānicula, diminutive of pānus (ear of millet). Doublet of panícula.

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Noun[edit]

panocha f (plural panochas)

  1. corncob
    Synonyms: mazorca, elote
  2. ear of grain
  3. (botany) panicle
  4. (Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile) pancake made of cornmeal and cheese
  5. (Mexico) coarse brown sugar
  6. (vulgar, Cuba, Central America, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela) pussy (vagina)

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