Colambre

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A colambre is a wine skin whose origin comes from the 16th century. In Spanish it is known as "bota", a word used by Cervantes in "Don Quixote". On the other hand, Lord Colambre is the main character of The Absentee, a novel written in English in the 18th century by Maria Edgeworth.

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Diccionario de la Real Academia Española de la Lengua. Voz: Colambre