noun al·ga·ro·ba \ˌal-gə-ˈrō-bə\\-bō\

Definition of ALGAROBA

:  carob 1
[Mexican Spanish, from Spanish] :  mesquite; also :  its pods

Variants of ALGAROBA

al·ga·ro·ba or al·gar·ro·ba \ˌal-gə-ˈrō-bə\ or al·gar·ro·bo \-bō\

Origin of ALGAROBA

Spanish algarroba, from Arabic al-kharrūba the carob
First Known Use: 1577

Rhymes with ALGAROBA


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