Definition of papoula
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Origin and Etymology of papoula
Portuguese, poppy, kenaf, modification, of Arabic dialect (Spain) habapaura poppy, modification (influenced by Arabic ḥābba grain, seed) of Latin papaver poppy — more at poppy
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