wicopy

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Etymology[edit]

From an Algonquian term for "stringy bark"; compare Abenaki wigebi (stringy inner bark (used as cordage)), Ojibwe wiigob (inner bark of a basswood).

Noun[edit]

wicopy

  1. (US, Canada) Any of several trees, such as the leatherwood/moosewood (of the genus Dirca), the whitewood, or the American basswood/linden (of the genus Tilia).

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