Definition of manioc
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The Tsimane eat unprocessed complex carbs high in fiber, like brown rice, plantain, manioc, corn, nuts and fruits.
Plots of corn, manioc, and bananas surrounding the cluster of communal huts—known as a maloca—seemed capable of sustaining as many as 80 to a hundred people.
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Origin and Etymology of manioc
French manioc & Spanish & Portuguese mandioca, all ultimately from Tupi maniʔóka, mandiʔóka
First Known Use: 1544See Words from the same year
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