jicara

noun
ji·ca·ra | \ˈhēkərə\
plural -s

Definition of jicara 

2 : a cup or bowl made from the fruit of a calabash tree

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History and Etymology for jicara

Mexican Spanish jícara, from Nahuatl xicalli

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