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Cu­caracha and Cock­roach

We get the Eng­lish cock­roach di­rect­ly from the Span­ish cu­caracha. We can see the c‑c-r-ch pat­tern in both. There is no Latin, Greek, or Ger­man root since it is a New World word.


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