colza

[ kol-zuh, kohl- ]
/ ˈkɒl zə, ˈkoʊl- /

noun

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Origin of colza

First recorded in 1705–15; from French, from Dutch koolzaad, equivalent to kool “cabbage” + zaad “seed”; see origin at cole, seed
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British Dictionary definitions for colza

colza
/ (ˈkɒlzə) /

noun

another name for rape 2

Word Origin for colza

C18: via French (Walloon) kolzat from Dutch koolzaad, from kool cabbage, cole + zaad seed
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