noun, plural co·quilles [koh-keelz; French kaw-kee-yuh] /koʊˈkilz; French kɔˌki yə/.
Origin of coquille
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Historical Examples of coquille
It was only with great difficulty that the Seniavine entered Coquille harbour.
On the 9th of the same month the Coquille anchored at Payta.
“I will not disguise my belief from you that she is the Coquille,” answered the lieutenant.The Missing Ship
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The cattle were soon landed and eating their fill on the rich tract of littoral between Utwé and Coquille.
At length a look of content overspread his face as the Captain said he would not touch the cocoa-nuts in Coquille harbour.