coco

noun co·co \ ˈkō-(ˌ)kō \

Definition of coco

plural cocos
:the coconut palm; also :its fruit

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Origin and Etymology of coco

Spanish coco & Portuguese côco bogeyman, grimace, coconut


Coco

geographical name Co·co \ ˈkō-(ˌ)kō \
variants: or formerly Segovia play \sā-ˈgō-vyä, sə-, -vē-ə\

Definition of Coco

river over 450 miles (724 kilometers) long in northern Nicaragua flowing northeast into the Caribbean Sea and forming part of the Honduras–Nicaragua boundary


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