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cèpe

noun \ˈsēp, ˈsep\\ˈsep\

Definition of CÈPE

:  porcini

Variants of CÈPE

cèpe or cepe \ˈsēp, ˈsep\ also cep \ˈsep\

Origin of CÈPE

French, from Gascon cep tree trunk, mushroom, from Latin cippus stake, post
First Known Use: 1865

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