capoor cutchery

noun ca·poor cutch·ery \kə¦pu̇(ə)rˈkəchərē\

Definition of capoor cutchery

  1. :  the dried root of an East Indian plant (Hedychium spicatum)

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Origin and Etymology of capoor cutchery

Hindi kapūr-kacarī, from kapūr camphor (from Sanskrit karpūra) + kacarī (Hedychium spicatum) — more at camphor

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