Definition of Coyol

1. Noun. Tropical American palm having edible nuts and yielding a useful fiber.

Exact synonyms: Acrocomia Vinifera, Coyol Palm
Generic synonyms: Feather Palm
Group relationships: Acrocomia, Genus Acrocomia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coyol

coxy
coy
coy dog
coydog
coydogs
coyed
coyer
coyest
coying
coyish
coyishly
coyly
coyn
coyness
coynesses
coyol (current term)
coyol palm
coyote
coyote brush
coyote bush
coyote ugly
coyoteite
coyotelike
coyotes
coyotillo
coyotillos
coypou
coypous
coypu
coypus

Literary usage of Coyol

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1. Travels in Central America: Including Accounts of Some Regions Unexplored by Arthur Morelet (1871)
"Diurnal storms—Ford of San Geronimo—Alligators—Deer—Tho coyol palm—Savannas —Unbroken ... coyol ..."

2. Nicaragua: Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic by Ephraim George Squier (1852)
"It was surrounded by the highest summits, whose sides are covered with grass, out of which shoot the single stems of the wine-palm, (coyol,) while a little ..."

3. Nicaragua, its people, scenery, monuments and the proposed interoceanic canal by Ephraim George Squier (1852)
"It was surrounded by the highest summits, whose sides are covered with grass, out of which shoot the single stems of the wine-palm, (coyol. ..."

4. Tropical Fibres: Their Production and Economic Extraction by Ephraim George Squier (1863)
"The leaves of the coyol are lined with a long and excellent fibre, ... This tree produces a nut similar to that of the coyol palm, which grows in clusters, ..."

5. Travels in Central America, Particularly in Nicaragua: With a Description of by Ephraim George Squier (1853)
"It was surrounded by the highest summits, whose sides are covered with grass, out of which shoot the single stems of the wine-palm, (coyol^) while a little ..."

6. Tropical Fibres: Their Production and Economic Extraction by Ephraim George Squier (1861)
"The leaves of the coyol are lined with a long and excellent fibre, ... This tree produces a nut similar to that of the coyol palm, which grows in clusters, ..."

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