coontie

[n] - small tough woody zamia of Florida and West Indies and Cuba
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Coontie

Coon'tie noun (Botany) A cycadaceous plant of Florida and the West Indies, the Zamia integrifolia , from the stems of which a kind of sago is prepared.
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coontie

Florida arrowroot noun small tough woody zamia of Florida and West Indies and Cuba; roots and half-buried stems yield an arrowroot
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Coontie

• (n.) A cycadaceous plant of Florida and the West Indies, the Zamia integrifolia, from the stems of which a kind of sago is prepared.
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coontie

(from the article `Zamia`) ...have a turniplike, mostly underground stem that in some species reaches 3 m (10 feet) or more in height. A starchy food is obtained from the ...
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