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cobnut

[ kob-nuht ]
/ ˈkɒbˌnʌt /
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noun
the nut of certain cultivated varieties of hazel, Corylus avellana grandis.
a tree bearing such nuts.
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Origin of cobnut

First recorded in 1400–50, cobnut is from late Middle English cobylle nutt. See cobble1, nut

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British Dictionary definitions for cobnut

cobnut

cob

/ (ˈkɒbˌnʌt) /

noun
other names for a hazelnut

Word Origin for cobnut

C16: from earlier cobylle nut; see cobble 1, nut
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