rutabaga

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EtymologyEdit

1799, from Swedish rotabagge, a dialectal word from Västergötland, from rot (root) +‎ bagge (bag).[1]

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rutabaga roots

rutabaga (usually uncountable, plural rutabagas)

  1. (North America) the swede, or Swedish turnip; the European plant Brassica napus
  2. (North America) the edible root of this plant

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  1. ^ rutabaga” in Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary (2001).

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rutabaga m (plural rutabagas)

  1. swede, rutabaga (yellow root of Brassica napus)
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