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cabuya

[ kuh-boo-yuh; Spanish kah-boo-yah ]
/ kəˈbu yə; Spanish kɑˈβu yɑ /
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noun, plural ca·bu·yas [kuh-boo-yuhz; Spanish kah-boo-yahs]. /kəˈbu yəz; Spanish kɑˈβu yɑs/.
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Origin of cabuya

First recorded in 1870–75; from Spanish, from Taíno
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