noun coon·tie \ˈkün-tē\

Definition of COONTIE

:  any of several tropical American woody cycads (genus Zamia) whose roots and stems yield a starchy foodstuff —called also arrowroot

Origin of COONTIE

Creek (Florida dialect) kontí·
First Known Use: 1791


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