Definition of trabuco
1 : blunderbuss
2 : a strong Spanish cigar
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Origin and Etymology of trabuco
Spanish, from Catalan trabuc catapult, blunderbuss, from tra- across, through (from Latin trans-) + buc belly, bulk, hull, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English būc belly — more at bucket
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