[koh-koh] /ˈkoʊ koʊ/
noun, plural cocos.
[koh-koh; Spanish kaw-kaw] /ˈkoʊ koʊ; Spanish ˈkɔ kɔ/
a river rising in N Nicaragua and flowing NE along the Nicaragua-Honduras border to the Caribbean Sea. About 300 miles (485 km) long.
[shuh-nel; French sha-nel] /ʃəˈnɛl; French ʃaˈnɛl/
[ga-bree-el] /ga briˈɛl/ (Show IPA), (“Coco”) 1882–1971, French fashion designer.
noun (pl) -cos
short for coconut, coconut palm
Gabrielle (ɡabriɛl), known as Coco Chanel. 1883–1971, French couturière and perfumer, who created “the little black dress” and the perfume Chanel No. 5
“palm tree,” mid-16c., from Spanish and Portuguese coco “grinning face,” on resemblance of the three holes at the base of the shell to a human face. The earlier word for it was the Latinized form cocus, which sometimes was anglicized as cocos.
Paris fashion house, founded by Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel (1883-1971), French fashion designer and perfumier, who opened her first shop in 1909. The perfume Chanel No. 5 debuted in 1921.
The Tandy Color Computer with a Motorola MC6809E CPU. The Dragon is a CoCo clone. The CoCo was as powerful as the IBM XT at the time it was made, and could run OS-9.
[koh-koh] /ˈkoʊ koʊ/ noun 1. a powder made from roasted, husked, and ground seeds of the , Theobroma cacao, from which much of the fat has been removed. 2. (def 2). 3. a beverage made by mixing cocoa powder with hot milk or water. 4. brown; yellowish brown; reddish brown. adjective 5. of or relating […]
noun 1. a town in E central Florida.
noun 1. . noun 1. a seed of the cacao tree. noun 1. the seed of the cacao
noun 1. a fatty substance obtained from the seeds of the cacao, used in making soaps, cosmetics, and other products. noun 1. a yellowish-white waxy solid that is obtained from cocoa beans and used for confectionery, soap, etc