[ oo-ley ]
/ ˈu leɪ /
a tree that produces caucho.
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Origin of ule
1840–50; < Mexican Spanish (h)ule < Nahuatl ōlli caoutchouc
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Spic' ules, tiny needles of mineral substance found in the walls of many animals, notably sponges.A Guide for the Study of Animals|Worrallo Whitney