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comal

[ koh-mahl; Spanish kaw-mahl ]
/ koʊˈmɑl; Spanish kɔˈmɑl /
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noun, plural co·mals, Spanish co·ma·les [kaw-mah-les]. /kɔˈmɑ lɛs/.
a griddle made from sandstone or earthenware.
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Origin of comal

1835–45, Americanism;<Mexican Spanish <Nahuatl comālli
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