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cycas

[ sahy-kas, -kuhs ]
/ ˈsaɪ kæs, -kəs /
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noun
any of several palmlike Old World tropical plants of the genus Cycas, some species of which are cultivated as ornamentals in warm climates.
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Origin of cycas

From New Latin; see origin at cycad
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