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hazelnut

[ hey-zuhl-nuht ]
/ ˈheɪ zəlˌnʌt /
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noun
the nut of the hazel; filbert.
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Origin of hazelnut

before 900; Middle English haselnote,Old English hæselhnutu.See hazel, nut
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British Dictionary definitions for hazelnut

hazelnut
/ (ˈheɪzəlˌnʌt) /

noun
the nut of a hazel shrub, having a smooth shiny hard shellAlso called: filbert, (Brit) cobnut, (Brit) cob
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