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See also abacá, and abacà

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{{[[Template:|{{{1}}}]]}}[[Category:{{[[Template:|{{{1}}}]]}} derivations|Abaca]] name for the plant, via Spanish abacá

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Abaca

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countable and uncountable; plural Abacas

Abaca (countable and uncountable; plural Abacas)
  1. A species of banana tree native to the Philippines grown for its textile and papermaking fibre (Musa textilis), and also called Manila hemp.
  2. (uncountable) The fiber/fibre of this plant.

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Abaca m. (plural Abacas)

  1. A banana tree, the abaca
  2. Manilla hemp.

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Abaca

  1. abaca (the plant)
  2. Manilla hemp

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