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Etymology of the Latin word concha

the Late Latin word concha (bivalve, oyster shell; holy-water font; mollusk, murex, oyster)
derived from the Greek word konche, κόγχη

Derivations in Latin

conchula, Conchifera, solenoconcha, conchiola

Derivations in other languages

Albanian kungë, English concha, French conche, French conque, Italian conca, Italian conchifero, Italian conchiologia, Portuguese conca, Spanish cuenca, Spanish coca, Spanish conca


Word found in Late Latin

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