noun per·si·co \ˈpərsəˌkō\
variants: less commonly



Definition of persico



  1. :  a liqueur made from brandy or rectified spirit flavored with peach or apricot kernels, parsley, bitter almonds, and cloves

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Origin and Etymology of persico

French persicot, from Latin persicum peach — more at peach

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to cast off or become cast off

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