noun, plural ta·guas, (especially collectively) ta·gua.
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Example sentences from the Web for tagua
What our hunters saw was neither more nor less than a grove of Tagua trees—better known as the “vegetable ivory.”
Of this our hunters had proof, and very shortly after entering among the tagua trees.
A curious article of exportation is the ivory nut, or tagua, which in value now comes next after bananas.The Panama Canal|J. Saxon Mills