Definition of pacay
: a small arboreal guama of uncertain taxonomic identity that is sometimes cultivated in Peru, Equador, and Bolivia for ornament and for the white edible pulp of its large pods
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Origin and Etymology of pacay
Spanish, from Quechua pa'qay)
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