coypu

coypu
coypu NOUN (pl. coypus) a large semiaquatic beaver-like South American rodent, farmed for its fur.
ORIGIN from a Chilean language.

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  • Coypu — Coy pu (koi p??), n. [Native name.] (Zo[ o]l.) A South American rodent ({Myopotamus coypus}), allied to the beaver. It produces a valuable fur called {nutria}. [Written also {coypou}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Coypu — Life Coypu or Nutria Temporal range: Late Pliocene–Recent …   Wikipedia

  • coypu — UK [ˈkɔɪpuː] / US [ˈkɔɪˌpu] noun [countable] Word forms coypu : singular coypu plural coypus an animal with fur used for making clothing, that lives mainly in South America …   English dictionary

  • coypu — /koy pooh/, n., pl. coypus, (esp. collectively) coypu. a large, South American, aquatic rodent, Myocastor (or Myopotamus) coypus, yielding the fur nutria. [1785 95; < AmerSp coipú < Araucanian coipu] * * * …   Universalium

  • coypu — [[t]k oɪ̱puː[/t]] coypus N COUNT A coypu is a large South American rodent which lives near water …   English dictionary

  • coypu — /ˈkɔɪpu/ (say koypooh) noun (plural coypus, coypu) a large aquatic rodent, Myocastor (or Myopotamus) coypus, yielding the fur nutria, originally from South America but later introduced into Europe, and now officially a pest. {American Spanish… …  

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