pa·ca noun \ˈpä-kə, ˈpa-\
: either of two large nocturnal chiefly Central and South American rodents (Agouti paca syn. Cuniculus paca and A. taczanowskii syn. C. taczanowskii) that typically have a white-spotted brownish coat
Origin of PACA
Portuguese, from Tupi páka
First Known Use: 1657
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