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Language: Old English
Origin: loppestre, probably from Latin locusta 'lobster' (influenced by Old English loppe 'spider')

lobster

noun
     
lobster
Related topics: Food Dish
lob‧ster
1 [countable] a sea animal with eight legs, a shell, and two large claws
2 [uncountable]DFF the flesh of a lobster, which is eaten

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