borecole

noun bore·cole \ˈbōrˌkōl, ˈbȯr-\

Definition of borecole

plural

-s

  1. :  kale

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Origin and Etymology of borecole

modification of Dutch boerenkool, from boeren- (from boer peasant) + kool cabbage; akin to Old English cāl cabbage — more at boor, cole


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