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- (uncountable) Mahonia trifoliolata, a rounded evergreen shrub with high heat tolerance, native to the United States and Mexico.
2007 June 17, Paula Disbrowe, “The Year of the Goat”, in New York Times:
- (A cow would find no joy in scampering up craggy hills to nibble nothing more than an agarita bush.)
- (countable, rare) The red berry of Mahonia trifoliolata, often used in jellies.