noun, plural Ol·mecs, (especially collectively) Ol·mec.
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"Your guest does not like your wine, Olmec," spoke a cool, sardonic voice.
As they stooped to pick up a woman who had been stunned by a war-club, Olmec's beard brushed Topal's ear.
Olmec hurried on down the corridor, and descended a winding ivory staircase.
Olmec sat motionless, a gray pallor growing under his swarthy skin.
Awakening instinct brought him about again, just as Olmec struck with his great mallet-like fist.
noun plural -mecs or -mec
1787, from Nahuatl Olmecatl (plural Olmeca), literally "inhabitant of the rubber country."