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Middle English gourde from Anglo-Norman ultimately from Latin cucurbita
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Anglo-Norman gurde, gourde, from Latin cucurbita.
Drums, gourd and bamboo flutes,and a kind of guitar, were known before Cook's day.
In her right hand, she carries a gourd rattle.
Looks like we already have a large gourd on the way, even with two on the vine.
The Lord then prepares a gourd to overshadow Jonah in his booth, and Jonah is very glad because of the gourd.
Some unusual vegetable like drumstick and snake gourd are available here and are popular additions to our menus.
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