poblano

[puh-blah-noh; Spanish paw-blah-naw]
noun, plural po·bla·nos [puh-blah-nohz; Spanish paw-blah-naws] /pəˈblɑ noʊz; Spanish pɔˈblɑ nɔs/.
  1. a dark-green, mild or slightly pungent chili pepper, the fruit of a variety of Capsicum annuum used in cooking.
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Historical Examples of poblano

  • The Poblano had spoken the truth to his friend from Yucatan.

    The Bandolero

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