boca

noun bo·ca \ ˈbōkə \

Definition of boca

plural -s
: a river mouth : a harbor entrance (as of a South American seaport)

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Origin and Etymology of boca

Spanish, literally, mouth, from Latin bucca cheek, mouth


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