[ ig-zot-i-kuh ]
/ ɪgˈzɒt ɪ kə /
exotic things or objects.
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Origin of exotica
1875–80; <Latin, neuter plural of exōticusexotic
Words nearby exotica
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Example sentences from the Web for exotica
We may need the illusion of nature more than the Victorians needed the exotica of it.
British Dictionary definitions for exotica
/ (ɪɡˈzɒtɪkə) /
exotic objects, esp when forming a collection
Word Origin for exotica
C19: Latin, neuter plural of exōticus; see exotic
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