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peyote

[ pey-oh-tee; Spanish pe-yaw-te ]
/ peɪˈoʊ ti; Spanish pɛˈyɔ tɛ /
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noun, plural pe·yo·tes [pey-oh-teez; Spanish pe-yaw-tes]. /peɪˈoʊ tiz; Spanish pɛˈyɔ tɛs/.
(in Mexico) any of several cacti related to or resembling mescal.
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Origin of peyote

1840–50, Americanism;<Mexican Spanish <Nahuatl peyotl
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British Dictionary definitions for peyote

peyote
/ (peɪˈəʊtɪ, pɪ-) /

noun
another name for mescal (def. 1)

Word Origin for peyote

Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl peyotl
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