Definition of Pepinos

1. pepino [n] - See also: pepino



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pepinos

pep squads
pep talk
pep talks
pep up
pepastic
peperino
peperinos
pepernoot
peperomia
peperomias
peperoncini
peperoni
peperonis
pepful
pepino
pepinos (current term)
pepita
pepitas
pepla
peplis
peplomer
peplomers
peplomycin
peplos
peploses
peplum
peplumed
peplums
peplus
pepluses

Literary usage of Pepinos

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1. The Natural & Moral History of the Indies by José de Acosta (1880)
"The first Spaniards named many things at the Indies with such Spanish names as they did most resemble, as Pines, pepinos and Cherries, although they be very ..."

2. The Second Part of the Chronicle of Peru by Pedro de Cieza de León, Clements Robert Markham (1883)
"When he heard that the king was passing near, he gathered two or three "pepinos",3 which, with the earth attached, he brought with him, and said: "Hucha ..."

3. History of the War of Independence in Greece by Thomas Keightley (1830)
"A breeze springing up at nine in the evening, they entered the strait; and Canaris finding. that his vessel was not so good a sailor as that of pepinos," ..."

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