babracot

noun
bab·​ra·​cot | \ˈbabrəˌkät\
plural -s

Definition of babracot 

: a 3-legged or 4-legged wooden grating used by South American Indians for the drying and smoking of meat and other foods

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First Known Use of babracot

1697, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for babracot

probably native name in South America

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