ubac

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French ubac, from Occitan ubac, from Latin opācus. Doublet of opaque.

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ubac (plural ubacs)

  1. (geography) The shady side of a mountain.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Occitan ubac, from Latin opācus. Doublet of opaque.

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Noun[edit]

ubac m (plural ubacs)

  1. (geography) shady side of a mountain

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