Co*hune" (?), n., or Cohune palm . [Prob. fr. a native name in Honduras.]

A Central and South American pinnate-leaved palm (Attalea cohune), the very large and hard nuts of which are turned to make fancy articles, and also yield an oil used as a substitute for coconut oil.

 

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