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pindo palm

[ pin-doh pahm ]
/ ˈpɪn doʊ ˌpɑm /
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noun
a feather palm, Butia capitata, of Brazil, having long, arching leaves, grayish beneath, and small, egg-shaped fruit.
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Origin of pindo palm

The word pindo is from South American Spanish, from Guarani pindo “palm,” perhaps reinforced by Tupi píndoba “palm”
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