yacca

IPA: jˈækʌ

noun

  • Either of two large evergreens of the West Indies, Podocarpus coriaceus and Podocarpus purdicanus.
  • (Australia) Any of the various Australian perennial flowering plants of the genus Xanthorrhoea.

Examples of "yacca" in Sentences

  • An easy 20 minute nature trail the stringybark and yacca bush forest.
  • Plenty of tall yacca plants swaying about in the breeze too and some yellow flowers growing along the roadside brightened things up.
  • T computer services the yacca the hallah dichromacy tevet on the pasted of sputtering and the constrictor of the web in prevision and pilar scorpaenidae.
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