Definition of rincon
1 Southwest : a small secluded valley
2 Southwest : an alcove or angular recess in a cliff
3 Southwest : a bend in a river
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Origin and Etymology of rincon
Spanish rincón, literally, corner, nook, alteration of recón, rencón, from Arabic dialect (Spain) rukun (Arabic rukn)
First Known Use: 1589See Words from the same year
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