caba

noun
ca·ba | \ kəˈbä \
plural -s

Definition of caba 

: a woman's workbasket or handbag

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First Known Use of caba

1833, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for caba

French cabas, from Old Provençal, probably from (assumed) Vulgar Latin capacium, from Latin capere to take, contain

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