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madroño

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Mexican Spanish madroño.

NounEdit

madroño (plural madroños or madroño)

  1. Alternative form of madrone.

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SpanishEdit

madroño

PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Basque mart- ‘blackberry; bramble’, as in martotx ‘bramble’, martsuts ~ martuza ‘blackberry’. Basque also gave Aragonese martuel, Catalan maduixa. Similar sense development in Galician amorogo, Portuguese morango ‘strawberry’, both from amora ‘blackberry; bramble’. Replaced now dialectal (a)borto, from Old Spanish alborco, from Latin arbutus.

NounEdit

madroño m (plural madroños)

  1. strawberry tree, Arbutus unedo.
  2. Fruit of the strawberry tree

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