from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A cycad of northern Australia, Cycas media, the seeds of which are used as food by the aborigines. The kernels are broken, steeped in water for some days to remove a poisonous principle, then reduced to a fine paste between two stones, and baked in hot ashes.


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