noun cop·rose \ˈkäˌprōz\

Definition of coprose



dialectal, British

  1. :  corn poppy

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Origin and Etymology of coprose

perhaps modification of Dutch klaproos, from klappen to clap, chat (from Middle Dutch clappen) + roos rose, from Middle Dutch rôse, rōse, from Latin rosa — more at clap, rose

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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