SYBO

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sybo, syboe or sybow (ˈsəɪbɪ, ˈsaɪ-, -bo, ˈsəɪbɪ, ˈsaɪ-, -bo, ˈsəɪbɪ, ˈsaɪ-, -bo)
 
n , pl syboes, sybows
(Scot) a spring onion
 
[C16: from cibol, from French ciboule, from Latin cepulla onion bed, from cepa onion]
 
syboe, syboe or sybow
 
n
 
[C16: from cibol, from French ciboule, from Latin cepulla onion bed, from cepa onion]
 
sybow, syboe or sybow
 
n
 
[C16: from cibol, from French ciboule, from Latin cepulla onion bed, from cepa onion]

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