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langouste

[ lahn-goost; English lahng-goost ]
/ lɑ̃ˈgust; English lɑŋˈgust /
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noun, plural lan·goustes [lahn-goost; English lahng-goosts]. /lɑ̃ˈgust; English lɑŋˈgusts/. French.
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British Dictionary definitions for langouste

langouste
/ (ˈlɒŋɡuːst, lɒŋˈɡuːst) /

noun
another name for the spiny lobster

Word Origin for langouste

French, from Old Provençal langosta, perhaps from Latin lōcusta lobster, locust
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