Conch ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Conch ( noun )

  1. A large marine snail, the shell of which is used as a trumpet or as an ornament.
  2. A tropical marine gastropod mollusk with a large, spiral, often brightly colored shell.

Origin:

Middle english, from middle french conque, from latin concha shell, from greek konchē.

Examples:

  1. The conch shell is used as a musical instrument in some cultures.
  2. The conch shells were used to decorate the beach house.
  3. He collected conch shells from all over the world.
  4. The conch meat is considered a delicacy in some countries.
  5. The conch is an important symbol in Hindu and Buddhist religions.

(As a verb)

Conch ( verb )

  1. A large marine snail, the shell of which is used as a trumpet or as an ornament.
  2. A tropical marine gastropod mollusk with a large, spiral, often brightly colored shell.

Origin:

Middle english, from middle french conque, from latin concha shell, from greek konchē.

Examples:

  1. The conch shell is used as a musical instrument in some cultures.
  2. The conch shells were used to decorate the beach house.
  3. He collected conch shells from all over the world.
  4. The conch meat is considered a delicacy in some countries.
  5. The conch is an important symbol in Hindu and Buddhist religions.
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