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coatimundi

noun co·a·ti·mun·di \kə-ˌwä-tē-ˈmən-dē, kō-ˌä-, ˌkwä-, -ˈmn-\

Definition of COATIMUNDI

:  coati

Origin of COATIMUNDI

Portuguese quatimundé, from Tupi kwatimúnde, older male coati not with a band, from kwáti coati + múnde snare, trap
First Known Use: 1676

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