Meaning of SCOPA in English

ˈskōpə noun

( plural sco·pae -ōˌpē ; or scopas )

Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, broom — more at shaft

1. : a group or arrangement of short stiff hairs on the body surface of an insect that usually functions like a brush in collecting something (as pollen) ; usually : pollen brush

2. plural scopas

[Italian, literally, broom, from Latin]

: a card game similar to casino

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