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calabaza

[ kal-uh-bah-zuh, kah-luh-; Spanish kah-lah-bah-sah ]
/ ˌkæl əˈbɑ zə, ˌkɑ lə-; Spanish ˌkɑ lɑˈβɑ sɑ /
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noun, plural ca·la·ba·zas [kal-uh-bah-zuhz, kah-luh-; Spanish kah-lah-bah-sahs]. /ˌkæl əˈbɑ zəz, ˌkɑ lə-; Spanish ˌkɑ lɑˈβɑ sɑs/.
a calabash.
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Origin of calabaza

First recorded in 1780–90; from Spanish: “gourd, pumpkin”
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