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Definition of Matico

Matico
Matico Ma*ti"co, n. (Bot.) A Peruvian plant (Piper, or Artanthe, elongatum), allied to the pepper, the leaves of which are used as a styptic and astringent.

Meaning of Matico from wikipedia

- Matico is a Spanish language common name for several plants and may refer to: Aristeguietia glutinosa, known as matico in Ecuador Buddleja globosa, known...
- spiked pepper, matico or higuillo de hoja menuda, is a flowering plant in the family Piperaceae. Like many species in the family, the matico tree has a peppery...
- Spanish Basque Country. It is divided into the neighbourhoods of Castaños, Matico-Ciudad Jardín, Uríbarri proper and Zurbaran-Arabella.It has an area of 4...
- 2003 (Canada) Legend (1979) – London Second Sight (1991) – Line Records Matico/Chris Youlden & The Big Picture (2006) – Midnight Records/Littlehorn CD...
- it is commonly called matico. In Peru, that name refers to the unrelated Piper adun****, in Chile and Argentina the name matico is used for Buddleja globosa...
- plant species endemic to Santa Cruz County, California Aristeguietia glutinosa, the matico, a flowering plant species found only in Ecuador Glutinosa...
- "Gr****" nouns can often be identified by their derived adjectives ending in -mático.) The neuter (neutro): The pronoun ello ('it, the aforementioned concept')...
- Slovenian). 14 August 2011.  "Praznik združitve prekmurskih Slovencev z matico" [The Holiday of the Prekmurje Slovenes' Incorporation into Slovenia] (in...
- Doyle M, Hensley P, Zhao B, Abdel-Meguid SS, Young P, Cook R, Carr S, Matico R (April 1995). "Binding interactions of human interleukin 5 with its receptor...
- intoxicate fish which then can be easily caught. Spiked pepper, often called "matico" (Except in Ecuador, where that name is used for Aristeguietia glutinosa)...
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