- a South American moraceous tree, Brosimum galactodendron, producing latex used as a substitute for milk
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They got from the Indians some of the milk from the cow-tree.Oregon and Eldorado
The massaranduba is not the only species known as palo de vaca, or cow-tree.Afloat in the Forest
It was the palo de vaca, or “cow-tree,” called sometimes by an equally appropriate name arbol del leche, or “milk-tree.”The Forest Exiles
One of the very remarkable trees of South America—a region notable for its natural-history wonders—is that called the cow-tree.Chatterbox, 1905.
The cow-tree is a member of the bread-fruit family, and is most common in Venezuela, growing to the height of a hundred feet.The Wonder Book of Knowledge