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[mah-koh] /ˈmɑ koʊ/
an Egyptian cotton, used especially in the manufacture of hosiery and undergarments.
Origin of maco
after Mako Bey, 19th-century Egyptian officer Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • It was settled that he should take the command, though maco acted as our guide.

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  • When, however, maco went to look for it, the bird was nowhere to be seen.

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  • Can Kallolo and maco have got there and kindled it as a signal to us?

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  • At length our anxiety was set at rest by hearing the voices of Kallolo and maco.

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  • We were thankful that maco had escaped, and glad to get the assistance of his brother Polo.

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  • We had now to wait and afford maco time to recover his strength.

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  • After all, should the savages come up with us, as maco and his brother had escaped from them, so might we.

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  • Api maco su lilecoe, ma nnas mi aus omai mcono mi taucuchs oypa mi tauco chaquenit op neyatto chaquenit opu liletto.

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