oi·ti·ci·ca noun \ˌȯi-tə-ˈsē-kə\
: any of several South American trees; especially : a Brazilian tree (Licania rigida) with seeds that yield a drying oil similar to tung oil
Origin of OITICICA
Portuguese, from Tupi wit i̵sí̵ka,
the tree Licania tomentosa
First Known Use: 1901
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