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cèpe

noun \ˈsēp, ˈsep\\ˈsep\

Definition of cèpe

  1. :  porcini



Variants of cèpe

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

Origin of cèpe

French, from Gascon cep tree trunk, mushroom, from Latin cippus stake, post


First Known Use: 1865


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