A small, round, medium-hot dried chili.
A projecting part behind the breech of a muzzle-loading cannon.
Webster's New World
Other Word Forms of Cascabel
Origin of Cascabel
Spanish bell, rattle from Old Provençal cascavel from Vulgar Latin cascābellus probably from quassicāre to rattle, crack from Latin quassāre to shatter squash2 Sense 1, from the sound of the loose seeds in the dried fruit
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Spanish cascabel (“bell, rattle”).
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