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cepor cèpe (sĕp)
See porcini mushroom.
[French cèpe, from Gascon cep, tree trunk, cep, from Latin cipus, cippus, post, boundary marker.]
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(Plants) another name for porcino
[C19: from French cèpe, from Gascon dialect cep, from Latin cippus stake]
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a brown-capped boletus mushroom, Boletus edulis, prized for its flavor.
[1860–65; < French cèpe < Gascon cep mushroom, tree trunk < Latin cip(p)us boundary stone, pillar]
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n (Bot) → Steinpilz m
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cep[sɛp] n (mushroom) → porcino
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