colza

noun
col·​za | \ ˈkäl-zə , ˈkōl- \

Definition of colza

First Known Use of colza

1712, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for colza

French, from Dutch koolzaad, from Middle Dutch coolsaet, from coole cabbage + saet seed

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The first known use of colza was in 1712

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