Definition of cibol
1 : welsh onion
2 : shallot 1a
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Origin and Etymology of cibol
borrowed from French, going back to Old French cibole, borrowed from Old Occitan cebula, going back to Late Latin cēpulla, diminutive of cēpa, caepa “onion”
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