abacate

noun
aba·ca·te | \ ˌa-bə-ˈkä-tē \
plural -s

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First Known Use of abacate

1860, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for abacate

borrowed from Portuguese, probably borrowed from a regional variant of Spanish aguacate

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