- carías andino, tiburcio,
- casa grande,
- casaba melon,
- casadesus, robert
Origin of casaba
Examples from the Web for casabas
The aged Carib woman was frying cakes made from casabas ground to powder and mixed with water.
Pant had been down the river in a dory for bananas, cocoanuts and casabas.
Word Origin for casaba
1889, from Kasaba, old name of Turgutlu, in Aegean Turkey, whence the melons were imported to U.S. The old name is literally "the town."