uña de gato
Definition of uña de gato
: any of various shrubs or trees of the southwestern U.S. and Spanish America having sharp recurved prickles or thorns; especially : cat's-claw
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Origin and Etymology of uña de gato
American Spanish, literally, cat's claw
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