Definition of giant cabuya
: a perennial succulent plant (Furcraea foetida synonym F. gigantea) native from the Greater Antilles to Brazil that is closely related to and much resembles the agaves and is cultivated in warm regions for its hard fiber —called also green aloe — see mauritius hemp
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