profichi

noun pro·fi·chi \prōˈfēkē\

Definition of profichi

plural

profichi

or

profichis

  1. :  the spring crop of the caprifig — compare mamme, mammoni

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Origin and Etymology of profichi

Italian, plural of profico caprifig, from Latin caproficus, alteration of caprificus — more at caprification


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