Definition of Acrocomia

1. Noun. Central and South American feather palms.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acrocomia

Acrididae
Acridotheres
Acridotheres tristis
Acrilan
Acris
Acris crepitans
Acris gryllus
Acrobates
Acrocarpus
Acrocarpus fraxinifolius
Acrocephalus
Acrocephalus schoenobaenus
Acroceraunian
Acroclinium
Acroclinium roseum
Acrocomia
Acrocomia aculeata
Acrocomia vinifera
Acropolis
Acropolitan
Acropora
Acrostichum
Acrostichum aureum
Acroá
Act.
Act of God
Act of Parliament
Act of Parliament clock
Actaea
Actaea alba

Literary usage of Acrocomia

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1. Annales botanices systematicae by Wilhelm Gerhard Walpers (1858)
"Ann. I. 1007.) Mart. hist. n. Palm. 66. 280. 333. acrocomia MEXICANA ... 57. 100 Og. 5. Tab. Z. XVI. flg. XII. — Brasilia trópico. 336. acrocomia ..."

2. The palm tree by Sophy Moody (1864)
"Its fertility may be imagined by the fact noticed by Humboldt, that its spathe contains two hundred thousand flowers. (acrocomia ..."

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