roble

noun
ro·​ble | \ ˈrō-(ˌ)blā How to pronounce roble (audio) \

Definition of roble

: any of several oaks of California and Mexico

First Known Use of roble

1814, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for roble

American Spanish, from Spanish, oak, from Latin robur

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