saúco

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See also: sauco and saŭco

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish sabuco, from Latin sabūcus, variant of sambūcus. With the case of Spanish, it was influenced in Vulgar Latin by the suffix -uccus (hence the -c- instead of expected -g-)[1]. Compare Galician and Portuguese sabugo, Catalan saüc.

Noun[edit]

saúco m (plural saúcos)

  1. elder (tree)

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