hazelnuts/filberts

William Stone W-Stone at NEIU.EDU
Fri Jun 30 17:25:57 UTC 2000


For what it's worth, in my part of S.E. England, hazelnuts were what you picked from
the tree, but if you bought them in the store, they were called cobs.  I'm not even
sure if that name still persists.  Is there any place in N. America where the term
cob is used?

William Stone
Linguistics Department
N. E. Illinois University


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