Hubbard squash

noun Hub·bard squash \ˈhə-bərd-\

Definition of Hubbard squash

  1. :  an often very large, roundish squash with tapering ends that has a smooth to warty hard rind ranging in color from green to bluish gray to orange and is the fruit of any of several cultivars of a winter squash (Cucurbita maxima) —called also Hubbard

Origin and Etymology of hubbard squash

probably from the name Hubbard

First Known Use: 1868

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contemplative of or relative to the past

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