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manioc

noun man·i·oc \ˈma-nē-ˌäk\

Definition of MANIOC

:  cassava

Variants of MANIOC

man·i·oc also man·di·o·ca \ˌman-dē-ˈō-kə\

Origin of MANIOC

French manioc & Spanish & Portuguese mandioca, all ultimately from Tupi maniʔóka, mandiʔóka
First Known Use: 1544

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