Maguey

(Agave) This large group consists of rosette-forming succulents, which are usually short-stemmed, although some varieties will form stems up to 3 feet high. Agaves are mostly natives of Mexico, though some are found wild in the West Indies and a few in the United States. They may be planted outdoors in mild climates, especially those that are d...
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maguey

[n] - Mexican plant used especially for making pulque the source of the colorless Mexican liquor mescal 2. [n] - Philippine plant yielding a hard fibre used in making coarse twine
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Maguey

Mag'uey noun [ Spanish maguey , Mexican maguei and metl .] (Botany) The century plant, a species of Agave ( A. Americana ). See Agave .
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maguey

noun Philippine plant yielding a hard fibre used in making coarse twine
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Maguey

• (n.) The century plant, a species of Agave (A. Americana). See Agave.
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maguey

fibre obtained from the leaf of the plant Agave lurida, a member of the Amaryllidaccae family and native to Mexico. It is shorter and stiffer than ... [1 related articles]
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maguey

maguey: see amaryllis.
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Maguey

Maguey is a fibre derived from various species of American agave plants, and used for making rope.
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Maguey

Agave. Miel de Agave. Agave Nectar.
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