Rocambole

Roc'am·bole noun [ French] [ Written also rokambole .] (Botany) A name of Allium Scorodoprasum and A. Ascalonium , two kinds of garlic, the latter of which is also called shallot .
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rocambole

<botany> A name of Allium Scorodoprasum and A. Ascalonium, two kinds of garlic, the latter of which is also called shallot. ... Origin: F ... Alternative forms: rokambole. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Rocambole

• (n.) A name of Allium Scorodoprasum and A. Ascalonium, two kinds of garlic, the latter of which is also called shallot.
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Rocambole

[character] Rocambole is the creation of Pierre Alexis Ponson du Terrail, a 19th-century French writer. Rocambole is a fictional adventurer. His importance to the genres of adventure novels and crime fiction cannot be overestimated, as he represents the transition from the old-fashioned Gothic novel to modern heroic fiction. The word rocamb
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Rocambole

Rocambole (Allium scorodoprasum) is a perennial plant of the family Liliaceae which was formerly cultivated for its bulbs, which, while similar to garlic, are milder in flavour.
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