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comal

adjective co·mal \ˈkōməl\

Definition of comal

botany

  1. :  having or being a coma a comal tuft

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Origin and Etymology of comal

2coma + -al


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comal

noun co·mal \kōˈmäl\

Definition of comal

plural

comals

\-lz\ or

comales

\-(ˌ)lās\
  1. 1 :  a flat slab of sandstone used as a griddle

  2. 2 :  a griddle of earthenware or metal

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Origin and Etymology of comal

American Spanish, from Nahuatl comalli


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